Hike through Whitchurch Conservation Area and you can expect to see northern orioles, ruffed grouse, and the occassional ring-necked pheasant. This heavily forested conservation area consists of a wide variety of trees, as well as a number of pine plantations and a man-made pond.
A small pond and a variety of large, mature trees makes this a picturesque spot for picnic. For the hikers, this park provides access to the adjoining 63 hectare Robinson Tract of the York Regional Forest. Information provided by the Lake Simcoe Region Conservation website.
Directions: The site is located in the Town of Whitchurch-Stouffville, which is 10 kilometres east of the Town of Aurora. Access to the area is off of the Aurora Sideroad (Regional Road 15).
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