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Huron Natural Area, Kitchener

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TripAdvisor
  • HNP is a gem within the city. A great place to take a walk, and a wonderful natural playground. They also host a wide variety of events and everyone we have attended has been well attended and worth i...  more »
  • Occasionally we make the short drive to this hidden gem, (literally). It seems so odd getting there as it is tucked behind an industrial part of Kitchener, but once inside you lose track of your inner...  more »
  • Took my kids for a hike in the summer and loved watching the Turtles. Great trails, beautiful park, interesting play structures at the entrance to the park. It's FREE!  more »
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  • Incredible! Amazing trails accessible for all ages (we go with strollers). Great natural play area with equipment for all ages from toddlers to teenagers including a working water pump and sand pits. Washrooms available and lots of programming throughout the year.
  • Such a fine place to walk in any sort of weather. There are a number of all-weather trails. With topography! It's a rare thing to experience hills, gullies, tall trees, wetlands, all in one vista in Southern Ontario. Good parking with washrooms. A wonderful place to bring kids, with cathedral forests, wildflower fields and frog ponds.
  • Nice variety of beautiful trails! Can get busy in the early afternoon but there is enough trail that it doesn't feel crowded. It can be hard to stay on the path, especially with fallen leaves covering the ground. We go most every weekend lately.
  • For those who like a civilized trail but still want to experience nature this is a great spot! Strollers no problem, with mostly smooth stone dust and paved sections. Wheelchairs should also be no problem but you may find a challenging incline or two. Some sections of dirt path for those of us who like to go deeper among the trees. There are two different trails, walk either or both and enjoy nature within the city!
  • Clean, quiet, well taken care of, trails are well taken care of as well. Great variety of trails. Very accessible. Free parking.