This video beautifully portrays what Conservation Areas have to offer you in Ontario, Canada:
- In order to obtain the music that accompanies this video, please click on the megaphone icon that is located at the bottom right-hand corner of this video here:
Come celebrate International Trails Day by hitting the trails and enjoy a
- bike ride
- geocaching adventure
- or even some leisurely bird watching
Ontario’s 36 Conservation Authorities offer more than 250 Conservation Areas which contain:
- more than 2400 km of trails just waiting to be explored
- over 135,000 hectares (350,000 acres) of natural lands for you to explore and enjoy
- a wide range of natural experiences and adventures:
- EXPLORE: Many Conservation Areas feature picturesque trails where you can hike or cycle
- LEARN: Ontario’s natural heritage and cultural history come to life in the Interpretive Centres, Museums, and Pioneer Villages found in some Conservation Areas.
- ENJOY: From waterfalls to beaches, sand dunes to wetlands, Ontario’s Conservation Areas showcase some of the province’s most breath-taking natural features.
- “Come and enjoy Ontario’s Conservation Areas, but please remember to leave only footprints.“
- enjoy a hike through the woods
- take the family camping
- enjoy a quiet picnic
- or catch “the big one” at a popular fishing spot
Also, the updated Guide to Conservation Areas is now available.
|Box 11, 120 Bayview Parkway|
“This Saturday, Step Into Nature at a Conservation Area near you!”
Happy International Trails Day!
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