July 2014

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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 Season of the Three Sisters
Thursday July 31, 2014 • 10:00 am-4:00 pm

Explore the reconstructed Iroquoian Village, enjoy guided hikes, self guided games and simulated archaeology digs. Discover the hidden sculptures on the Species at Risk trail on your way to visit the silent waters of Crawford Lake. Summer is here, time to relax by the lake while the cicadas buzz in the trees and the sun shines overhead! Swimming is not permitted at Crawford Lake but save your reciept and you can visit Kelso Conservation Area located 10 minutes away for free on the same day to take a dip!                                                           

Crawford Lake
Mountsberg Summer Days in the Country
Thursday July 31, 2014 • 10:00 am-4:00 pm

Beautiful summer days at Mountsberg Conservation Area mean one thing - incredible live flying demonstrations at the Mountsberg Raptor Centre! Shows take place daily at 12pm and 2pm and feature the flying skills of our feathered partners in education - the Mountsberg Raptors!

The family fun continues in the Cameron Barnyard where kids of all ages can run, jump and play in the play barn or have an up close and personal encounter with our sheep, goats and bunnies.

A walk on the stroller friendly Wildlife Walkway introduces you to eagles, hawks, owls and falcons, as well as the impressive percheron horses and Mountsberg bison herd. The trails are open for hiking, biking, geocaching, birdwatching and more!


Rattlesnake Point Yoga in the Park
Thursday July 31, 2014 • 7:00 pm-8:00 pm

Start your summer off right! Join us every Thursday night all summer long from 7 p.m. to 8 p.m. at Rattlesnake Point Conservation Area for free* Yoga in the Park.

Whether you are a seasoned yogi or a beginner, let experienced teachers from Moksha Yoga guide you while you take your savasanas outdoors! Don’t forget to bring a mat, water and insect repellant. Yoga in the Park begins June 5th!


*Free with the purchase of a regular admission fee/Halton Parks Members free! 

**you must be at least 18 years of age or have a parent/guardian present to sign waiver



Rattlesnake Point

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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