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Stevensville Conservation Area Trail


Hike through the trails where you will be sure to see many different species of birds and wildlife. The Stevensville Conservation Area is a passive recreational area located in the Town of Fort Erie. On this 49 hectare (122 acre) site, visitors are greeted by a Carolinian forest, meandering Black Creek, wetland, as well as a fishing pond and open picnic area to make an enjoyable day.

Conservation efforts are continued at this site with the help of the Fort Erie Conservation Club (FECC). The FECC clubhouse is also located on this site. This area's facilities include a pavilion, picnic tables, and washrooms. Geological features consist of the Black Creek and a fishing pond. The Stevensville conservation area is home to the Annual Children's Trout Derby and has a number of marked trails along the creek and throughout the site. Other activities include fishing, hiking, bird watching and nature appreciation.

Directions: Exit the QEW to Exit 16, Sodom Road (regional Road #116). Travel South along Sodom Road to Main St. Turn Right (west) onto Main St. Proceed along Main Street to park entrance. Information provided by the Niagara Conservation website.



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