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Woodland Trail at Crawford Lake


A hard-packed trail that easily accesses a crosssection of escarpment features including Crawford Lake's scenic woods and wetlands. Participate in a self-guided ?Moccasin Walk? as you enjoy the inspirational signs posted along the way. The Crawford Lake Conservation Area is a natural environment park that is managed by Conservation Halton.

The 468 hectare park includes unique geological features, extensive forests, a rare meromictic lake and a 15th century reconstructed Iroquoian village. The conservation area has significant natural habitat with a wide diversity of flora and fauna and approximately 19 km of nature trails Directions: Take Fuelph Line south from Highway 401 or north from the QEW and turn east at Steeles Avenue to Crawford Lake Conservation parking lot. Information provided by the Conservation Halton website.



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