Nature Trails near Mt. Brydges, Ontario

Rotary Memorial Trail-Strathroy

Rotary Memorial Trail

Mt. Brydges is a small community in the Town of Strathroy-Caradoc.

Strathroy-Caradoc is located 40 kilometres west of London, Ontario, and is easily reached by Highway 402. As the largest municipality in Middlesex County, Strathroy-Caradoc offers a pleasant mix of charming urban centres and beautiful rural landscapes that has earned it top marks in Communities in Bloom provincial competitions.

About 20,000 residents call this community their home and enjoy the exceptional quality of life it has to offer.

Strathroy-Caradoc offers many amenities and opportunities for residents that make the community a safe, healthy, and comfortable place in which to live and raise a family. As the major service provider for western Middlesex and eastern Lambton Counties, Strathroy-Caradoc is a desirable residential community that is well positioned for economic growth.

It also boasts a wide variety of recreational opportunities for visitors, including a selection of nature trails that will keep the most enthusiastic walkers satisfied.
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The “Carey Carolinian Arboretum and Trail” will increase environmental awareness about Carolinian species and serve as an ecological classroom. It will be a living botanical museum of Carolinian ecology for today, as well as a lasting legacy for present and future...


Link to trail map:   (See page 31) We would also direct you to read our DISCLAIMER and our TRAIL USERS CODE. Region(s): Middlesex County Nearby towns and cities: London | Mt. Brydges LONGWOOD...


Sharon Creek Conservation Area is a 48.5 hectare park acquired by the Lower Thames Valley Conservation Authority in 1966, in connection with the construction of the Sharon Creek dam and reservoir. We would also direct you to read our DISCLAIMER and our TRAIL USERS...