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Morris Island Conservation Area

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Morris Island Conservation Area

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Lida S wrote a review Nov 2020
Ottawa, Canada140 contributions85 helpful votes
Nice variety of trails, some good for wheelchair or stroller. Peaceful and pretty even in November with all the leaves fallen. The smell of fall leaves was great. The moss and tree trunks were beautiful. Lots of Canada Geese and ducks in the waters. Glad we went
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Date of experience: November 2020
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Debbie T wrote a review Sep 2020
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This beautiful trail is excellent for everyone; family, stroller, wheelchair and pet friendly. It has amazing places for you to sit and enjoy the sites. The wild life we seen were two deer, a crane, ducks, geese and lots of birds. Couldn't ask for a better outing on a Saturday afternoon. They do ask for people to pay for parking so make sure you have some change with you.
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Date of experience: September 2020
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Marc L wrote a review Dec 2019
McNab/Braeside, Canada42 contributions14 helpful votes
There is a nice variety of trails here. We especially liked the causeway where we saw otters poking up through the ice.
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Date of experience: November 2019
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Tomer79 wrote a review Aug 2018
Montreal, Canada124 contributions41 helpful votes
I was looking for a new place to hike less than 1 hour away from Ottawa, this was about 40 min drive and based on the description seemed perfect..and it was. The park is filled with wildlife, we only saw a few deer, turtles, frogs and snakes but we were also with a bunch of very loud kids. The trials are very well marked both by marks you can spot so you won't get lost but the different trails are also color coded (and the marks) which makes everything easier. The trails are not long around 1-3 km so you can combine a few and the place is just magical filled with viewpoints, places to go into the river to cool down, swim or fish. BTW the trails are covered by the trees so its perfect even on a hot day. At the entrance, there is a parking lot (3$ a day self-paid machine), toilets and a couple of picnic tables. I highly recommend this place for kids or a short nature relaxation hike.
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Date of experience: August 2018
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Alison c wrote a review Sep 2017
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A wonderful hike/ walk area in eastern Ontario that captures water, trees, and wildlife. Wheelchairs can easily navigate the path and there are more paths leading off this main path for families and other hikers. Dogs permitted on a leash. Great picnic area and views of Ottawa River. Canoe and kayak accessible as well. Washrooms. Stop at Penny's Fudge in Fitzroy for the best treats ever on your way out.
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Date of experience: August 2017
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