Nature Trails near Parkhill, Ontario

Parkhill is a town in the amalgamated community of The Municipality of North Middlesex.

Parkhill owes its beginning to the coming of the railway. In 1859, the Grand Trunk Railway completed a line from St. Mary's to Sarnia. The following year the first Post Office and store were opened at the present site of Parkhill.

Many fine old Victorian commercial buildings such as the Cheapside Block and Gibbs Block can be found located along Main Street. Parkhill also has many handsome churches and houses throughout the town.
The Municipality of North Middlesex is one of seven local municipalities within Middlesex County. The largest land-based municipality, North Middlesex was formed through the amalgamation in 2001 of five (5) lower tier municipalities: (1) Village of

Ailsa Craig (2) Town of Parkhill (3) Town of McGillivray; and (4) and (5) the Townships of East and West Williams.

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Each season brings something new along the nature trails at Parkhill Conservation Area. The 800-hectare conservation area is the result of efforts to control serious flooding and soil erosion problems downstream. The recreational opportunities include canoeing,...