About This Area
Fleetwood Creek Natural Area is a 380-hectare (900-acre) tract of land managed by Kawartha Conservation for the Ontario Heritage Foundation. Located within the Oak Ridges Moraine, the area is characterized by steep valleys and many coldwater streams. These streams form the headwaters of Fleetwood Creek, a major watercourse within the City of Kawartha Lakes. Fleetwood Creek Natural Area has 3 individual trail loops totaling over 8 km and includes an observation platform on The Valley Trail, that offers a spectacular view of the surrounding land. The Valley trail can be accessed be accessed at 902 Ballyduff Road, accessible from highway 35. A second parking lot on Solanum way, off Porter Road provides access to the East and West trails. Please note that these roads are unassumed, and the parking areas are not maintained from October 31 to May 1.
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