Gray’s Creek Conservation Area is located just minutes east of Cornwall, in the Township of South Glengarry. It offers over 43 hectares of natural landscape for the enjoyment of both residents and visitors. This diverse area is protected, enhanced and restored by the Raisin Region Conservation Authority.

Gray’s Creek includes five kilometers (5 km) of meandering trails that are open year round, allowing users to enjoy nature in all its seasonal settings. Explore the trails and keep an eye out for the wide variety of animals, songbirds, amphibians and waterfowl that inhabit this significant Conservation Area. Geocaches are also hidden with the trail system.

Visitors can enjoy cycling, hiking and walking their pets both on the nature trails and the paved bike path. During the winter, spend time snowshoeing and cross country skiing on groomed trails.

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Gray’s Creek Conservation Area characteristics

Length: 5 km.
Difficulty: Moderate (Trail classifications)
Trail surface: Natural and Paved
Trail use: Hiking, Cross-country skiing, Snowshoeing, and Cycling
Partially wheelchair accessible
Accessibility Notes: partially wheelchair accessible
Fees: None reported

Flora & Fauna:

Not reported yet

Amenities: Washrooms, picnic tables

Attractions: None

Raisin Region Conservation Authority Tel. 613-938-3611

Find it: 6589 Boundary Road, Cornwall, Ontario.

GPS Coordinates (main trailhead):
Latitude: 45.0514640
Longitude: -74.6809070