All trails that had previously been closed for the logging operation off of Gibson Road and south of Front Road in the Turkey Point have been reopened. These include Mountain bike trails and pedestrian trails. Please follow signs, and enjoy your time in the Conservation Reserve.
As of today March 26 a portion of the Turkey Point Tract has reopened. Please refer to the map on this post. West of Gibson Road where you will see the green check mark on the map is the area that has reopened. Note that the map shows a second area that will remain closed […]
A new year with new wayfinding signage and QR codes at 5 trailheads. Download trail maps on your phone with a quick scan of the QR code at each of the trailheads. Clarity to permitted trail usage is a benefit to users as well as the ability to protect habitat in the CR. Please remember […]
Ontario Parks has made some changes to the multi-use trails at St Williams Conservation Reserve Nursery Tract. As indicated on the attached map, all trail access points along the N/S Walsingham Townline Road at the north edge of the CR will be closed off. One new segment of trail will be added to the authorized […]
Happy to report that the Multi-Use trails at the St Williams Conservation Reserve Nursery Tract are Turkey point Tract are now re-opened for use following completion of the logging operation. Please obey all posted signage and share the trails so everyone can have a safe and enjoyable ride Questions about the remaining closure can be […]
To all Recreational User Groups and Researchers and Collaborators re St Williams Conservation Reserve reopening for all permitted uses We are pleased to let you know that Ontario Parks has decided to reopen St Williams Conservation Reserve to all permitted uses as of today, Friday May 22nd2020. Note that this is the only Conservation […]
Due to inclement weather Sunday January 26th’s Work Bee has been cancelled. Future work bees are planned for weekend of February 22 or 23rd, and March 28 or 29th. Details tbd. Click on the link below for directions.
The garbage clean up planned for this Saturday has been CANCELLED as too much snow in the ditches and woods. However, for those of you who might want to get outside in nature, get some exercise, improve habitat for species at risk, and/or collect some pine or balsam branches for seasonal décor we will go […]
Getting outside and enjoying nature is good for everyone. There’s a multitude of physical and mental health benefits to be gained from spending time outdoors. In order to ensure all people living in Ontaruo have access to parks, Ontario Parks has provided a survey at the following link. Follow the link and learn about […]
Carolinian Life Zone The Carolinian Life Zone is a fragile ecoregion stretching from Toronto to Windsor. The forests in this area are mixed, but broad leaved deciduous trees predominate. Many rare and at risk species of plants, mammals, reptiles, birds and insects can be found in Carolinian forests of Southwestern Ontario and nowhere else in […]