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Ken Reid Conservation Area is a 110-hectare (272-acre) property that provides protection to forests, meadows and the provincially significant McLaren’s Creek Wetland. There are 12 interconnected trail loops that total almost 12 km. A favourite route includes the floating boardwalk. Amenities include a playground, picnic shelters, a group camping area, an off-leash dog park, and a wetland-viewing platform. As well, the Victoria Rail Trail intersects the conservation area, providing a direct link for rail trail users.Ken Reid Conservation Area is located 3 km north of Lindsay and can be accessed at 277 Kenrei (Park) Rd., at the north end of Angeline St. or from Highway 35.