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Ken Reid Conservation Area

Ken Reid

About This Area

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 trails 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, a wetland-viewing platform, and The Talking Forest. 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.”

277 Kenrei Rd, Lindsay, ON K9V 4R1

Ken Reid

277 Kenrei Rd, Lindsay, ON K9V 4R1

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