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Christie Lake Conservation Area, Dundas
(3.9/5 based on 40+ reviews on the web)
Christie Lake Conservation Area is located in Dundas. Put Christie Lake Conservation Area into our Dundas trip builder to see other points of interest to visit during your vacation in Dundas.
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Reviews
TripAdvisor
  • Large park. Good for swimming with children lots of picnic spots good for a day out in summer. There is lots of room for kids to play and the park is well kept 
  • I host an XC meet here every fall and it receives rave reviews for the area and the trails. Have been here with family for hikes and disc golf. Plenty of things for the family to do. 
  • In the summer when it is really hot there is no better place to go to relax than Christie Conservation Area. My wife and I bring lounge chairs, books, magazines , lunch and cold drinks and find a shad...  more »
Google
  • disgusting...beach is now rough sand -no one around also a rendering company is dumping effluent into Spencer Creek with Conservation Authority Permission
  • The Antique and Vintage Show is held there the weekend after Victoria Day. There is another in the autumn too. The show is truly a curated marketplace. The parking areas have shuttle buses. The whole show site is a licensed area for alcoholic beverages. Quite well run but I'm sure they can always find things to tweak for improvements.
  • Love it here. Nice lake with canoe rentals.
  • Great place to host a group event. Beautiful area with lots to do!
  • Well maintained grounds, beach store and amenities. Ample shaded picnic areas with tables. But I wouldn't swim in the water.