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Meisel Woods Trails


The Meisel Woods Conservation Area is the Rideau Valley's newest developed conservation area. Officially opened October 4, 2003, this 130-acre property is an excellent example of Precambrian Shield land. It is a forested natural area with plants, animals and landscape typical of the headwaters of the Tay and Upper Rideau watershed.

The property surrounds a 60-acre, headwaters lake known as Beaver or Bass Lake and includes additional waterfrontage on Crow Lake. Directions: Take highway #38 and turn left onto Crow Lake Road. Turn onto Anderson Road for approximately .5 km then turn right again on Anderson and 1 km ahead on the right hand side.



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