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Rideau Heritage Route
* Ferguson Forest Centre & Trails        Tel: (613) 258 - 4400
275 County Rd., Kemptville, ON, K0G 1J0
This 800-acre, not-for-profit seedling nursery provides growing stock for planting projects across eastern Ontario and its walking, skiing, and snowshoeing trails are open to the public.
* Ferguson Forest Station        Tel: (613) 258 - 0110
275 44 County Rd. N., North Grenville (Kemptville), ON
Our native species are grown from local native seed sources on our site in Kemptville. Non-native species are, wherever possible, grown from naturalized, local seed. Stock generally ranges in height from 15 cm to 1 m depending on age and species.
* Foley Mountain Conservation Area        Tel: (613) 692 - 3571
105 Perth Rd. N., Westport, ON, K0G 1X0
Five hiking trails wind through 800 acres of forests and fields in this protected area which also offers a remarkable view from Spy Rock looking over the picturesque village of Westport.
* Heritage Mica Days at Murphys Point Provincial Park        Tel: (613) 267 - 5340
2243 Elm Grove Rd., Perth, ON, K7H 3C7
Heritage Mica Days at Murphy's Point Provincial Park. Celebrate the history of the mica miners from 1908! Join us underground in the Silver Queen Mine, take to the mine trail in the dark for a Spirit Walk.
* Limerick Forest        Tel: (613) 342 - 3840
25 Central Ave. W., Brockville, ON
The United Counties of Leeds and Grenville own and operate seven tracts of diverse property, 5,782 hectares in all, for all varieties of community uses including dirt-biking, birdwatching, hunting and hiking.
* Little Cataraqui Creek Conservation Area        Tel: (613) 546 - 4228
Glenburnie, ON, K0H 1S0
Take advantage of many opportunities for nature appreciation, education and recreation at this 394 hectare site throughout the seasons. There are areas of marsh, field and forest habitat and excellent outdoor recreation facilities.
* Rideau Trail Association & Clubs        Tel: (613) 545 - 0823
PO Box 15, Kingston, ON, K7L 4V6
Consists of three local clubs: Kingston, Central (based in Perth) and Ottawa. Members perform essential trail maintenance and plan local hikes & activities. For more details and local club contact information, visit www.rideautrail.org.
* Rock Dunder Hiking Trail        Tel: (613) 284 - 2010
1 Jasper Ave., Smiths Falls, ON, K7A 4B5
The challenging 2 to 3 hour hike up Rock Dunder rewards the visitor with a breathtaking view over Whitefish Lake. For parking, enter Stanley Lash Lane just off Highway 15 south of the village of Morton.
* Wheeler’s Maple Farm & Museum        Tel: (613) 278 - 2090
1001 Highland Line, McDonald's Corners, ON, K0G 1M0
Pancake meals are served every day of the year from 9 a.m. to 5 p.m., before or after hiking or cross-country skiing, depending on the season. Spring is maple syrup making time.
Baxter Conservation Area Tel: (613) 489 - 3592
7498 Carter Rd., Kars, ON
68 hectares of parkland, including Rideau River shoreline. 5 km of trails through wetlands, conifer plantations, mixed forest, alder thickets, nut groves and a solar energy display. Enjoy hiking, cross country skiing and snowshoeing.
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