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My mom and I went with our dog Hades. Dogs must be on leash, if you forget there are plastic bags in a wooden box at the Hey 33 entrance. Beautiful path through the woods if you follow the signs that have binoculars on them...eventually...More
So here's the deal: I don't want to tell you about this wonderful park for fear that more Kingstonians will catch on and start visiting it, but I kinda feel guilty having it all to myself at times. While everyone in town is visiting Lemoine...More
This local conservation area is beautiful throughout the year. Great variety of trails and is filled with Geocaching spots.
People can walk on the groomed trail in winter - out of the wind and still enjoy the crispness of the day.
Parrott's Bay Conservation Area comprises a large swatch of natural forest and wetland circling Parrott's Bay, which connects to Lake Ontario via a short water causeway. The area lies just west of Amherstview, Ontario. There are trails throughout the area, well maintained and relatively easy...More
The trails here are excellent. The scenery and peace are perfect!
A wide variety of plants and flowers to view.
Plan for 1 to 2 hours depending how far you plan to walk,
Be sure to make a donation at either end of the trail.
My husband and I headed to Parrott's Bay for an afternoon hike/walk on a beautiful summer day. We parked at the Hwy 33 lot, though there is also a lot along Taylor Kidd. Parrott's Bay is the CRCA's newest conservation area, with about 5 km...More
Parrott's Bay is a very new conservation area, cobbled together as a means of protecting some precious wet lands from rapidly encroaching urban development. At present the area is not overly used, but those who do use it seem to be incredibly careless how they...More