Morrison Creek Trail
The Morrison Creek trail system was developed during the summer of 1983. The trail’s completion has provided ready access to one of the most attractive passive recreational parks in the Town. Scattered throughout the valley are some of the oldest trees in Oakville. The gnarled bark of massive sugar and red maple, red and white oak and towering white pine dominate this sheltered valley.
For maximum viewing pleasure, it is suggested that the trail be walked during each of the four seasons. Hikers will be surprised how different the valley will look each time. It is also suggested that the trail is better experienced in small groups so that it is easier to stop occasionally to take a good look at the surrounding forest. Numerous small woodland animals such as rabbits, squirrels, chipmunks and many different types of birds can be seen.
Parking and access point behind the Police station (Municipal offices) on White Oaks Blvd. Information provided by the Town of Oakville website.
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Soil - Compacted
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