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Brant Park Trails


Brant Conservation Area is nestled in a bend of the Grand River amid the historic communities of Brantford and Brant County, and just a few minutes away from the First Nations territories of the Six Nations and Mississaugas of the New Credit.

It makes a great home base for campers who want to explore this historic part of Ontario, but it is also popular for anglers, hikers, bikers and canoeists. It's a great place to spend a week camping, or an afternoon enjoying sun and fun at our 1.25-acre swimming pool. Those who want to drop a line in the river can go after smallmouth bass and walleye.

Directions: From Cambridge: Take Highway 24 south to Highway 403 at Brantford. Travel west on Highway 403. Exit at Rest Acres Road. Travel south to Robinson Road. Turn east (left) at Robinson Road to park entrance. Follow the Brant Conservation Area signs on Highway 403 and Rest Acres Road. From Highway 403: Exit at Rest Acres Road. Travel south to Robinson Road. Turn east (left) at Robinson Road to park entrance. (Follow the Brant Conservation Area signs on Highway 403 and Rest Acres Road)

Information provided by the Grand River Conservation website. https://www.grandriver.ca/en/outdoor-recreation/Brant.aspx


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