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Lake Laurentian Conservation Area, Sudbury

Categories: Wildlife Areas, Nature & Parks
Inspirock Rating:
4.6/5 based on 55 reviews on the web
Lake Laurentian Conservation Area is located in Sudbury. Use our Sudbury family vacation planner to visit Lake Laurentian Conservation Area on your trip to Sudbury, and learn what else travelers and our writers recommend seeing nearby.
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  • Lovely place to get some fresh air and stretch your legs. Have frequented these trails for years but encounter the same issue with every visit. Have been jumped by countless dogs left unleashed by tho...  read more »
  • Perfect for evening picnic overlooking the calm lake. Nice hiking trails. Can launch your boat. Could watch the sun set. 
  • The trail requires light to medium activity levels, depending on your personal preference. There are some terrific views and quite a few rest areas. it is worth going al the way to Moonlight Beach and...  read more »
  • Love this place! Great place for a nice walk/rub or bike ride. Very peaceful!
  • Fantastic hiking and mountain biking trails! We've also enjoyed some of the guided tours they offer; very educational about the origins of the area and the plants and wildlife in our region.
  • Excellent place to go biking and hiking. Moonlight beach is along the trail too, perfect place for a cooldown swim!
  • Great place to hike some well maintained trails, good on both the winter and summer
  • A beautiful place to reflect and wander through nature.
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