While visiting, explore the trails that wind for 10 kilometres through peaceful meadows and towering pine forests - you'll be sure to see a wide range of wildlife that make their home in this 336-hectare conservation area.
Trails are accessible by foot, snowshoes or cross-country skis, weather permitting. Christie Lake's nine ponds are stocked with rainbow trout from the last Saturday in April to early July, but you can catch fish well into September. Swimmers and sunbathers will enjoy Christie Lake's 360-metre sandy beach, and a chlorinated swimming area that is screened from the rest of the lake.
Tubes and flutter boards are available to rent at the Beach House. Please note that our natural swimming areas are not supervised and do not have lifeguards on duty. Information provided by the Hamilton Conservation website.
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Ontario Trails do not own or manage any trails. Check with the identified manager before using this trail. Do not trespass, allowed uses only.
For more information on the great sport of snowshoeing please see our partner Snowshoe Canada
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