Nature Trails near Oshawa, Ontario


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Bowmanville/Westside Marshes Conservation Area

Bowmanville/Westside Marshes Conservation Area Officially opened in June 2006, the Bowmanville / Westside Marshes Conservation Area is over 80 hectares in size and includes two provincial significant coastal wetlands, (Bowmanville Marsh and Westside Marsh) and their...

Courtice Millenium Trail

The Courtice Millennium Trail is located west of Courtice Recreation Complex. This 1.5km trail network winds its way through woodlands, meadows, and across the Black Creek. Link to Clarington Trails...

Darlington Provincial Park Trails

Darlington Provincial Park Trails: Burk Trail 1.25 km (30 minutes) moderate This trail moves through fields, meadows and mature forest past a pioneer cemetery to a scenic lookout over Lake Ontario. Watch for the elusive Coopers Hawk at the bluff and songbirds in the...

Darlington Waterfront Trail

Discover the beauty of wetlands, meadows, and forests with almost 900 species of flora and fauna along the Darlington Waterfront Trail. Find 207 species of birds nesting in the treetops. Active visitors can jog the fitness loop or pack a picnic and stay the day. Come...

Enniskillen Conservation Area

Enniskillen Conservation Area Cedar swamp, open wetlands and bubbling brooks everything you would expect to find on the south slopes of the provincially significant Oak Ridges Moraine. The 65-hectare Enniskillen Conservation Area is located only a stone’s throw away...

Heber Down Conservation Area

The Heber Down Conservation Area (284 hectares) offers a variety of activities for the recreation-minded. Fishing, nature walks, and picnicking are all popular activities that can be carried out just a short distance from home. More importantly, Heber Down...

Long Sault Conservation Area

Long Sault Conservation Area Nestled in the heart of the provincially significant Oak Ridges Moraine, Long Sault Conservation Area is the largest Area owned and managed by the Central Lake Ontario Conservation Authority. Once part of the Agreement Forest program...

Lynde Shores Conservation Area

Established in 1972, the 272-hectare Lynde Shores Conservation Area, together with the adjacent Cranberry West Tract (40 hectares) is well known for its wildlife viewing opportunities. Including both Lynde Creek Marsh and Cranberry Marsh, the Lynde Shores Conservation...

Oak Ridges Trail – Durham Region Section

Oak Ridges Trail – Durham Region Section The Oak Ridges Trail is maintained, promoted and supported by the Oak Ridges Trail Association, a nonprofit organization started in 1991. The trail is 280 kilometres in length along the Oak Ridges Moraine, about 75 kilometres...

Purple Woods Conservation Area

Purple Woods Conservation Area, the site of the Central Lake Ontario Conservation’s annual Purple Woods Maple Syrup Festival. Along with access to the Oak Ridges Trail, Purple Woods also hosts a 900m Discovery Trail that is accessible. With a 42 acre sugar bush...