Hike around the area and see what this beautiful Conservation Area offers! The Virgil Dams and Conservation Area is located in the Town of Niagara-on-the-Lake.
This 50 hectares (123 acres) area features natural areas of woodland, wetland and open water reservoir providing conservation, recreational and educational opportunities.
This conservation area's facilities include benches and picnic tables.
The Virgil Dams conservation area features the Four Mile Creek Floodplain and the Virgil reservoir. Trails as well as fishing, bird watching, hiking and nature appreciation are some of the activities associated with this area.
Directions: Exit 38 at Glendale Ave, Regional Road 89 At traffic light turn right onto Glendale Ave. At next set of traffic light turn onto Regional Road 81 (York Rd) Follow Regional Road 81 to Regional Road 55, Niagara Stone Road. Turn Right (south) onto Regional Road 55, Niagara Stone Road. Follow Niagara Stone Road into Virgil Turn Right onto Four Mile Creek Road Park entrance is on Four Mile Creek Road. Information provided by the Niagara Conservation website.
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