Category Archives: Conservation Areas

Crawford Lake Conservation Area: Hiking Trails And a Fascinating History

Crawford Lake Conservation Area

Crawford Lake Conservation Area is such an interesting place to go hiking in Ontario. I love exploring the parks of Ontario so much because they’re all so unique and lovely in their own way. There’s an elevated boardwalk that wraps completely around a rare lake that reveals secrets from centuries long ago. Not only are […]

Mount Nemo Conservation Area: Easy Breezy Hiking Trails with Pretty Views

Mount Nemo Conservation Area

Mount Nemo Conservation Area is a protected natural space where you can enjoy some fresh air relatively close to the city. On the outskirts of Burlington, Ontario, it’s a wonderful place to go for a hike for an hour or two on your own or bringing the whole family. It’s definitely a kid-friendly hike in […]

Rattray Marsh Conservation Area: Awesome Boardwalk Trail in Mississauga

Rattray Marsh Conservation Area

Despite living down the road, I took years to discover Rattray Marsh Conservation Area. Living in Port Credit, Ontario (a village within the larger metropolis of Mississauga), I am spoiled for choice when it comes to walking paths by the lake. The Waterfront Trail is quite literally in my backyard, just a two minute trek […]