This natural earthen trail is well sheltered, wooded and gently rolling. The trail passes pioneer fences, lime kilns and several small creeks and swampy areas. Trail users should be careful at 2 points where the trail crosses the Milburough Line. The looped trail returns to the starting point by way of the Mountsberg sugar bush. There is an environment park that is protected and managed by Conservation Halton.
The 472 hectare park includes extensive wetlands, forests, fields and a 202 hectare water control reservoir that was built in 1966. The conservation area is a unique blend of wildlife sanctuary and environmental education centre. The park includes 16 km of nature trails, a demonstration sugar bush, visitors centre, a wildlife walkway with elk, bison and birds of prey and a children?s PlayBarn. Directions: From Highway 401 go south on Guelph Line. Turn west on Campbellville Road for 4 km and then go north on Milburough Line for 1 km to park entrance. From Highway 6 or Guelph Line, follow Campbellville Road to Milburough Line and then go north for 1 km to park entrance. With information from the Conservation Halton Website.
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