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Walter Devereux Conservation Area Trail


The Lower Thames Valley Conservation Authority acquired this property in 1978. This 35 hectare property demonstrates windbreak plantings and managed and unmanaged woodlots. The park was named after a former Chair of the Board of Directors, Walter Devereux.

Nursery of hardwoods and Carolinian tree species for the Conservation Authority and municipalities, Parking and a picnic shelter, Carolinian woodlot and field area.

Information provided by the Lower Thames Conservation website.



Directions: Northwest corner of the junction of Hwy. 401 and Hwy.21. Entrance on McLarty Line.


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