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Mac Johnson Wildlife Area, Brockville

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Wildlife Area Nature / Park
Located at the north end of the City of Brockville, Ontario, just 2 km from Highway 29, Mac Johnson Wildlife Area is operated by the Cataraqui Region Conservation Authority and includes 532 hectares (1314 acres) of wetland, field and forest.
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  • Love spending the day walking the trails. Its great for any age. Regardless of the time of year always something to see and do. Exceptional clean, staff and always friendly and very knowledgeable.  more »
  • You can walk the paths during the summer and birdwatch. Or you can throw on snowshoes or cross country skis and take in the trails and beauty during the winter.  more »
  • This is a great place for walking the trails with the whole family. We brought our young son and our dogs (on leash) and had a fantastic afternoon. There are lots of picnic tables too, so pack a snack...  more »
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  • Went for an evening walk with my sister here. I was so amazed at the beauty of the place, I had to catch up with her every other 5 minutes. Right after the parking lot is the beautiful pond + lake area where you will most likely see the lil geese family with their lil ones roaming around. They are the cutest! That feeling of breathing in the crisp fresh air and the smell of earth was just priceless. I couldn't stop myself from taking pictures of this place as it had so many varieties of trees/landscapes/flowers/insects. We walked around for 2 km and rewarded ourselves with a well deserved bacon bbq burger right after ;(
  • Beautiful trail! The annual tree sale on Mother's Day weekend is really amazing.
  • Entered off Centennial and went on a winter walk. The trail is shared with ATVs so be somewhat mindful (I didn't see anyone).
  • Great place to walk the dog and take the fam jam on hike but yet still be close to town
  • Plenty of easy walking trails with water and forest views. There are a large variety of native tree and shrubs including rare ones such as black maple. Plenty for the bird watcher including swans