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Indian Falls Conservation Area

Indian Falls Conservation Area offers a horseshoe shaped waterfall named after a Nawash Indian tribe who once lived in the area. The 15 metre high waterfall is spectacular in the spring and early summer. In late summer little water flows over the soft shale escarpment. Hiking a rigorous 1 kilometre trail will reward you with a view of this scenic waterfall.

 

 

 

 

http://www.greysauble.on.ca/ca-indianfalls.html

 

Gould Lake Conservation Area


Day campers on a boardwalk explore the
Gould Lake Conservation Area.

The Cataraqui Region Conservation Authority (CRCA) owns the Gould Lake Conservation Area, located north of Kingston near the Village of Sydenham. This conservation area covers 589 hectares, or 1,455 acres, of rugged Canadian Shield wilderness. It is home to the headwaters of the Millhaven Creek system.

Gould Lake Conservation Area provides important wildlife habitat. Its challenging landscape offers many opportunities for nature appreciation and recreation. There are 10 trails crossing 20 kms of rolling, rugged terrain. The Rideau Trail crosses the property.

Fishing is permitted in accordance with current MNR regulations.

Gould Lake is a day-use area. Canoe, kayak and paddleboat rentals are available during summer months but call ahead to (613) 546-4228, Ext. 222 (toll free in 613:{877} 956-CRCA) to make reservations.

There is an unsupervised swimming beach and change rooms. There also are picnic tables, barbecues and privies in the day use area adjacent to the beach.
 
Cataraqui Region Conservation Authority
P.O. Box 160, 1641 Perth Road, Glenburnie, ON K0H 1S0
Tel: (613) 546-4228
Toll free in 613: (877) 956-CRCA
Fax: (613) 547-6474
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Website: www.cataraquiregion.on.ca
 

 

 

Goodrich-Loomis Conservation Area







Website for more information: www.ltc.on.ca
Nature is calling at Goodrich-Loomis Conservation Area. And what is waiting when the call is answered? Just some of the most scenic natural beauty found in the Quinte area and it's there to be discovered and explored. Climb up the Esker Trail and take in the scenic view. Try fly-fishing on Cold Creek. Take the family on a short hike along the Junior Loop. Bring your camera and catch nature at its best on the Beaver Trail. Blaze the Loop D'Loop with your mountain bike. Pack a picnic lunch and hike the entire 12 kilometres of trails. Or when there’s snow, thread your way through the entire Conservation Area on cross-country skiis.
 
 

 

The Ganaraska Millennium Conservation Area

Travel the trails within the Ganaraska Millennium Conservation Area during any season; however, hiking in the warmer weather truly showcases nature’s beauty.

In the spring, marsh marigolds cast a golden glow on the forest floor and Rainbow Trout are making their journey up the Ganaraska River to their spawning grounds.

The shade from the willow, ash, and maples provide relief from the lazy days of summer. Orange and Yellow Jewel Weed, and Moneywort along the trail provide hiding grounds for cicadas that sing their buzzy thrill.

Fall provides a beautiful pallet of colours: purple asters, yellow goldenrod, and the multitude of colours from the migrating warblers, and the glints of red from spawning Coho and Chinook salmon in the Ganaraska River.


For directions to this CA, visit www.grca.on.ca for further information.

 

 

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