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Trent University Nature Areas

The Trent Nature Areas are a vital part of the University’s commitment to preserving and honouring the natural world around us. Appreciated for their marvellous aesthetic and natural qualities, the Nature Areas afford visitors the opportunity to view wildlife, study… Continue Reading →

Taylor Creek

Taylor Creek Park follows a major tributary to the Forks of the Don River. Three rivers meet at the forks and form the Lower Don River: the East Don, the West Don and this tributary. Known by several names over… Continue Reading →

Rouge National Urban Park

A wilderness area in Canada’s largest city? It’s true: not far from the skyscrapers of downtown is the site of the country’s first national urban park — a landscape encompassing historic farms, century-old trees, peaceful meadows and lush wetlands, all… Continue Reading →

Edwards Gardens

Edwards Gardens sits adjacent to the Toronto Botanical Garden. This former estate garden features perennials and roses on the uplands and wildflowers, rhododendrons and an extensive rockery in the valley. On the upper level of the valley there is also… Continue Reading →

Charles Sauriol Conservation Area

The Charles Sauriol Conservation Reserve lies between the Forks of the Don and Lawrence Avenue East. It includes the Elevated Wetlands, an experimental water purification project at the Forks of the Don sponsored by the plastics industry. Charles Sauriol was… Continue Reading →

Tommy Thompson Park

Toronto’s Urban Wilderness Located on the Toronto waterfront, Tommy Thompson Park is a unique urban wilderness minutes from downtown. The park is located on a man-made peninsula, known as the Leslie Street Spit, which extends five km into Lake Ontario… Continue Reading →

Grand Valley Park

Located along the West Duffins Creek, this 12.7 km trail is home to a number of historic hunting and fishing routes along the creek. Tricky climbs and tracts of varying difficulty make this a great place for hiking and cross… Continue Reading →

Kawartha Lakes Victoria Forest Somerville Tract

Somerville Tract comprised 3,420 hectares of mixed forest property . There are three trail loops covering a variety of terrain including pine plantations, wetlands, hardwoods and rock outcrops. Somerville Tract offers many kilometres of double track. The rolling cottage roads… Continue Reading →

Mono Cliffs Provincial Park

•Mono Cliffs is located on the picturesque Bruce Trail •Numerous hiking trails throughout the park •Diversity of ferns and cedars •Walk through a canyon on the spillway trail or past 30 meter cliffs on the cliff top trail Enjoy the… Continue Reading →

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