Pinehurst Lake is a nine-hectare (23-acre) kettle lake formed by a single piece of ice. The nine-hectare (23-acre) lake has a sandy beach and is surround by mature Carolinian forest.
During the summer months (April-October) Pinehurst Lake is transformed into a summer playground offering camping, swimming, fishing, boating, picnicking and hiking opportunities. In the winter, Pinehurst is transformed into one of the premier snowshoe and ice-fishing facilities in the region.
Pinehurst Lake is open for cross-country skiing with 12 kilometres of ski trails, groomed and trackset. Ski rentals are available and Pinehurst specializes in renting skis to school groups that use the area by reservation.
Directions: From Highway 401: Take Hwy. 97 exit Turn right onto hwy 97 East Turn right onto Dumfries Road Turn left onto Wrigley Road Turn right onto Spragues Road which changes to Pinehurst Road The Conservation Area is located on the left-hand side about 5 min. down road. From Highway 403: Exit at Rest Acres Road Head north on Rest Acres Road toward Paris Turn right onto Hwy. 2 (King Street) Turn left onto Dumfries Street Turn left onto Grand River Street and follow through downtown. Keep straight - the road will change to Pinehurst Road The Conservation Area is located on right hand side about 10 minutes north of Paris Information provided by the Grand River Conservation website.
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For more information on the great sport of snowshoeing please see our partner Snowshoe Canada
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