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How does it feel to walk in the snow with snowshoes on? People long ago walked all winter in snowshoes to get around in the forest. We invite you to come on out to Crawford Lake on Sunday February 15, cozy up with your pajamas under your snowsuits, and experience travel in the winter at our Snowshoe Pajama Night.
Celebrate the wonders of winter at Snowflakes and Snowsnakes at Crawford Lake Conservation Area. Join staff on Family Day Weekend, February 14 to 16, 2015, from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. for three special days of fun winter activities.
The popular Guided Moonlight Cross-country Ski Night returns to Hilton Falls Conservation Area this Friday, February 6.
Mountsberg Conservation Area is once again gearing up for our popular winter Owl Prowl programs. There are four Owl Prowl nights scheduled: Friday, January 16 and 23 (from 7 to 9 p.m.) are advanced Prowls for Adults, while Saturday, January 17 and 24 (from 6:30 to 8:30 p.m.) are all-ages Family Nights.
The popular Guided Moonlight Cross-country Ski Night returns to Hilton Falls Conservation Area on Friday, January 9. Don’t want to ski? Come for a guided hike instead.
Conservation Halton released its 2014 Public Accountability Report which provides an overview of the organization’s programs and services. The report shows growth in community involvement with the number of volunteers increasing over previous years, and the Conservation Halton Foundation raising more than $500,000.
This year, Crawford Lake has the traditional Moonlight Snowshoe Hike it has offered for many years and has also added a new Family Sunset Snowshoe Hike every Saturday in January and February. Our knowledgeable staff will guide you along the way.
Have you been looking for something the whole family can do for New Year’s Eve this year? The New Year’s Eve Hoopla at Mountsberg Conservation Area brings the great outdoors and family fun together into one evening.
The 2014/15 ski and snowboard season at Glen Eden will get started this Saturday, December 13 with the first chair at 8:30 a.m.
The third annual Halton Forest Festival wrapped up a successful event on Thursday with the last of four Education Days. The education portion took place from Monday, October 6 to Thursday, October 9 at Rattlesnake Point Conservation Area with nearly 1,400 grade 6 and 7 students participating