TIFFIN CENTRE With 3.5 or 5.0 kms of trail to attract you, this major conservation center with its productive mixture of wetlands, forests, open meadows, ancient lake beds, glacial shorelines, uplands and the rich valley of Bear Creek all provide a walker with great variety and pleasure.
You can see a pioneer shed, beaver pond, boardwalk, picnic shelter, shortcut loops, a geocache and the John L Jose education center. This is a great trail for walkers, hikers, strollers and nature lovers. Bird watching in our wetland area is very popular.
There are pit outhouse toilets, at this stroller friendly easy trail, for walking and hiking, snowshoeing and cross country skiing, with a couple of small hills. It is worth the ten mile drive from Barrie to enjoy the mature forest and variety of Tiffin Centre of the Nottawasaga Valley Conservation Authority.
How to get there:
From the City of Barrie, go west on County Rd. 90 to the 8th Concession of Essa. Turn left (south) and travel for 4 km to the entranceway on your left.
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