February 2015

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 Crawford Lake
 Kelso/Glen Eden
 Hilton Falls
 Rattlesnake Point
 Mount Nemo
 Robert Edmondson
 All CH Parks
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Crawford Lake Sweet Water Season
Saturday February 28, 2015 • 10:00 am-4:00 pm

Feb 28-April 5- Weekends, March Break and holidays - Visit the reconstructed Iroquoian Village and learn how maple syrup was discovered and used by Ontario’s First Peoples as you take in an interactive (and edible!) Sweet Water demonstration. Nostalgia is served warm and gooey in the afternoon as staff demonstrate how to make taffy on snow. Maple themed crafts and discovery hunts for kids.                                                   

Weekdays - Enjoy a range of exhibits in the newly constructed, heated Deer Clan Longhouse. Other facilities may be limited – call for details.

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All CH Parks Sunset Snowshoe Hike Family SOLD OUT
Saturday February 28, 2015 • 4:00 pm-6:00 pm

A fun, family friendly introduction to snowshoeing! Crawford Lake staff help families learn how to snowshoe; taking them along the trail to look for wildlife tracks and signs, and play games as the sun sets over the winter landscape. As darkness falls we settle in around the campfire in the Iroquoian Village for hot chocolate and roasted marshmallows. This event is suitable for children age 8-14. The snowshoes aren’t suitable for younger children, but younger siblings are welcome to slide along (please bring your sled!). Children must be accompanied by an adult. Pre-registration required. Every Saturday in January & February

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All CH Parks Moonlight Snowshoe Hike Adults SOLD OUT
Saturday February 28, 2015 • 7:00 pm-9:00 pm

Discover the magic of winter at night, the snow illuminated by moonlight and the stars bright in the night sky. Your guide will lead you on a snowshoe hike through this beautiful landscape. The evening will end fireside with some tasty hot chocolate. Pre-registration required. Every Saturday in January & February.

Crawford Lake

You like to escape the everyday, try everything, and experiment. You crave physical exertion and to push your limits. Challenging hikes, mountain biking, rock-climbing, and winter camping are right up your alley. You are always on the lookout for your next great adventure. Enjoying the outdoors is a way of life.

You like to try new things and seek out opportunities to vary your routine and escape the stresses of life. Being outdoors is a way for you to achieve health benefits, have fun, and experience life’s simple pleasures. You are open to activities ranging from hiking to fishing to photography. Enjoying the outdoors is a source for inner wellness.

You like to spend time outside and you want to experience nature with your family. You find joy in picnicking, hiking, swimming, camping, seasonal events, and simply playing in leaves or snow. Enjoying the outdoors is a tradition worth passing on to your children.

You like to learn about the environment, science, our history, and culture. You enjoy moderate hikes in which you can admire nature. Your pace tends to be leisurely, and activities such as photography and wildlife spotting are just for you. Enjoying the outdoors is an opportunity for enrichment.

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