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This conservation area is named after the late William Macaulay, the son of a United Empire Loyalist, who donated much of the land where Picton is located today. Hikers and picnickers will have plenty to see from the famed Birdhouse City, to the 20km of trails, and all the way up to the steep east-west escarpment on this 178 hectare (440 acre) property.