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Little Cataraqui Creek Conservation Area, Kingston

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Wildlife Area
Little Cataraqui Creek Conservation Area is a 394ha conservation area located north of the city of Kingston, Ontario, Canada, and is managed by the Cataraqui Region Conservation Authority.The Little Cataraqui Creek flows through the area and a reservoir has been built for water control and wildlife management purposes. It boasts an outdoor centre and houses the headquarters of the Cataraqui Region Conservation Authority. In the winter the conservation area is popular for ice skating, cross country skiing and snowshoeing. In the summer, several day camps operate, and popular activities are canoeing, kayaking and bird watching. Composed of pond, marsh, field, and forest habitats, a diverse collection of animal and plant species can be found.
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TripAdvisor
  • This was the third time at this location for a business meeting. Last time was in the summer, so I was able to see a bit of the outside trails and surrounding area. Would love to have more time to see...  more »
  • A little north of the City of Kingston. You have to drive up Division Rd.It was a very nice hike. Great for romantic getaways! ;)  more »
  • I live to go for walks here. There are many different trails to choose from of varying distances. It is well maintained and have lots of trail markers to guide you so won't get lost.  more »
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  • I love this conservation area. I take my dog here a couple times a week. Lots of different trails, you can enjoy anything from 1km -10km. In the summer the trails are perfect for walking, running and biking. In the winter they are great for x country skiing, snow shoeing, walking and running. I suggest bringing your poles as is can get a little slippery. Safe trekking and enjoy!
  • Cutest little conservation park I have ever been to. I was able to feed black-capped chickadees, and they followed me during my walk!