Bruce’s Mill Conservation Area takes its name from a restored water-powered mill located here on a tributary of the Rouge River. The 10 km of trails in this area are both open and forested. In addition to hiking activities, there are many other ways to spend leisure time: picnicing, group camping or golfing at the Bruce’s Mill Golf Centre and Driving Range.
In the spring, Bruce’s Mill is home to the Sugarbush Maple Syrup Festival. Visitors may tour the working sugarbush, take a wagon ride, and enjoy pancakes and real maple syrup. A variety of maple products are available in the sugar shack for you to enjoy at home. Picnic tables, shelters and washrooms are available throughout the area, along with many open playing fields.
Directions: Stouffville Rd. just east of Warden Ave. - parking 1 km from Main entrance. Information provided by the York Region website.
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For more information on the great sport of snowshoeing please see our partner Snowshoe Canada
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