My wife and I took in the shores in September. Lovely views. Overall a very nice calm place. A birdwatchers paradise. Kind of like a "mini" eco-system.
Very nice "nature spot" visited by just about everyone in the region at least once. Right by Whitby shores, it is a nice place to walk the trails, check out the wildlife and gaze on the waters. I used to pack a small cooler with treats and drinks and bring my boys there for a walk to feed the animals... More
A couple years ago I decided to take up recreational kayaking and The Lynde Marsh as part of Lynde Shore conservation area is a perfect early morning drop in for a quick paddle. You will be amazed by this small ecosystem right in Whitby. Here you can expect to see abundant wildlife such as racoons and many different birds in... More
Great place for watching birds. They fly very close and low so watch out for dropping :-). Tons of serious photographers trying to snap the picture-perfect shot of the birds. The trails are well maintained, flat and easy to walk for everyone. The park is free to enjoy but they charge a small fee for parking. I love this park.... More
This is a fun spot to feed birds, chipmunks, and other seasonal critters. Many will eat out of your hands. Excellent for Photography and/or a relaxing hike
This is a beautiful place for a walk. Lots of wildlife to see. I only wish that there were more interactive exhibits for families. I think there should be more advertising on the existence of this conservation area and have special events to attract more visitors. Many people do not know that it exists.
The trails are beautiful and you will feel like you are miles away from the city. You can walk all the way down to Lake Ontario. Gorgeous!!
I take my grandchildren frequently, they love to see the animals and birds up close.....they never tire of going here, very small but so much fun for three years olds and younger.
This is an incredible experience for you and your kids to see birds, chipmunks and squirrels up close and personal. Take bird seed with you. Also, the blue jays love peanuts in a shell. The black-capped chickadees will sit on your outstretched hand and feed. The blue jays are far more cautious, but be patient. They will dart off a... More
What a beautiful conservation area! We stopped in and were pleasantly surprised. Pay $4 for parking. The boardwalk was beautiful. As we walked along the trail we were surprised at all the chipmunks that will come right up and eat out of your hand! The trails were well maintained and the walk was perfect. We also found a neat old... More
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