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The Trenton Greenbelt Conservation Area is located in the heart of Trenton at the gateway to the historic Trent Severn Waterway of Canada. The 2.5 km long Greenbelt hugs the Trent River shoreline almost reaching the river mouth at the Bay of Quinte, on Lake Ontario. This ribbon of green is Trenton's only urban riverside natural area promoting walking, hiking, cycling, wildlife viewing and fishing which can be accessed through the Jack Lange Memorial Walkway trail and a boat launch. This area is also part of a provincial fish sanctuary, which is evident from the numerous salmon that gather here.