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A.W. Campbell Trail


The Millennium or A.W. Campbell Conservation Area Trail takes hikers through a 3.3 km loop around the A.W. Campbell Conservation Area.

The trail traverses deciduous forest, floodplain and meadow and treats visitors to a host of wildflowers and interesting tree species such as the Blue Ash.

Several side trails can be taken for shorter walks.

The conservation area includes a campground and the Campbell House Museum (open for special occasions), and is home to the annual Maple Syrup Festival in March.

For more information on the work of the St. Clair Conservation Authority - click here.

 - watch a St. Clair Conservation Video

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