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Pinehurst Lake Conservation Area, Paris

Categories: Wildlife Areas, Nature & Parks
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3.6/5 based on 60+ reviews on the web
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  • Part of the Grand River Conservation Area this excellent park has it all - walking, hiking, cross country skiing trails, plus a beach and lake for swimming. 
  • Campsite was not at all as described. We booked site 201 in area 2, which was listed as grass ground cover, no grass there. We had to pitch our tent on dirt. Privacy was listed as good, but another fi...  read more »
  • We were visiting the area with our 10 and 12 year old who were not use to 28 degree weather. This was a great place not to far away to go and cool down. The washroom facilities were clean and there we...  read more »
  • Great for the family, but otherwise stay away. My girlfriend and I camped here this weekend, and we were NOT impressed. If you want to take your kids camping for a night or two, this place is not bad, but more experienced campers.. stay away. Our site had ZERO privacy. There is nothing between most campsites aside from a few tall pine trees. The fire pits are the typical truck rim. There was garbage all around the lake, and some mixed in with the campsites. The hiking trails are groomed, so it's more like a walk in the park. Watercraft rental(kayaks/canoes) was a bit pricey at $15/h, per craft. The bathrooms were generally clean, however there was never any hand soap. In the mornings, the campground smelled of septic tanks. Fishing was okay, but make sure you wear closed toe shoes as people leave their old lures and hooks laying about. There was excessive noise coming from a few campgrounds, complaints were made but nothing changed. There was also poison ivy in a few areas, and the campsites had raspberry bushes between them(young children will get hurt by the thorns). At $37 a night, it is affordable(compared to the average $65). We ended up going here because we only had time to go for 2 nights, otherwise we would have gone to crownland like we normally do. If you have young kids, check the place out, but if you don't, go somewhere else.
  • Great place to spend a hot day. The water and beach are nice, small consetion stand for snacks, paddle boat, kayak and canoe rentals. Some nice trails for a quick hike. All in all fun for the family.
  • Nice clean park about 20 minutes outside of Brantford. Good picnic facilities. Lots of tables and a couple covered pavilions. There are canoes and paddle boats to rent. The water is shallow enough and gradual enough for kids of all ages.
  • Great spot to fish, swim, and enjoy the scenery. Fishing suitable for all ages whether its bluegill or poppyseed off the dock or bass or pike in the lilly pads great spot!
  • A very quiet and clean conservation park to take your family and enjoy what nature has to offer. Been going there for years.
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