Boyd Conservation Area, which is located in the City of Vaughan along the picturesque Humber River Valley, offers visitors many wonderful outdoor activities and experiences. The area has a hiking trail that circles the Conservation Area. Other facilities include an abundance of picnic tables, picnic shelters, bocce courts, and group campsites for Scouting/Guiding and youth.
Boyd Conservation Area opens in mid-spring and closes with the passing of colour in the fall season. Throughout the winter season, the area is accessible to pedestrians only. Please contact the Toronto Region Conservation Authority office for specific dates and times.
Information provided by the York Region website. Directions: Islington Ave., just south of Rutherford Rd.
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For more information on the great sport of snowshoeing please see our partner Snowshoe Canada
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