Once in the woods, we will enjoy the scenic beauty of the ravines, old pastures and glacial hills as you walk along old gravel quarry roads, lumber paths and deer trails. Be on the lookout for wildlife, such as birds, deer, squirrels, foxes and possibly coyotes.
Pets need to be on a leash to protect the wildlife, as well as your pet.
Distance: 5 KM
Difficulty Level: Level 3 (some hills, natural paths)
Trail Hazards: Bridge may be slippery when wet.
Preparation: The terrain will be uneven so please wear sturdy walking or hiking shoes. Be aware that this is a Recreational Nature Trail which means you could encounter amazing wildflowers but also poison ivy; therefore, long pants are suggested. For protection against ticks, mosquitos and other insects wear protective clothing and use bug spray. Bring a refillable water container.
Meeting Point: David Street entrance.
Driving Directions: Driving south turn left at Renegade restaurant onto Mill Rd. (county road 3). Immediately turn left onto Sarnia St. Turn right on Mactavesh Crescent. Turn right onto David Street. Follow David Street until it becomes a T. Turn left and park along the road.
Leaders: Roberta Stemp 519 565 2777,
Pam and Chris Bowers 519 525 8850,
Adriaan Schreuder 519 565 2382