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Kortright Centre for Conservation

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9550 Pine Valley Drive, Vaughan, Ontario L4L 1A6, Canada
+1 905-832-2289
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Very "zen" walk

Great place to walk with someone or by yourself. Wonderful scenery and must take your camera as... read more

Reviewed September 13, 2017
McolleenP
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Toronto, Canada
Communing with Nature

Ontario's premier environmental and renewable energy education and demonstration centre, it is a... read more

Reviewed September 3, 2017
AMsays
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Thornhill, Canada
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9550 Pine Valley Drive, Vaughan, Ontario L4L 1A6, Canada
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+1 905-832-2289
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Reviewed September 13, 2017

Great place to walk with someone or by yourself. Wonderful scenery and must take your camera as many spots to stop and photograph.

Thank McolleenP
Reviewed September 3, 2017

Ontario's premier environmental and renewable energy education and demonstration centre, it is a place to commune with nature. Here, north west of Toronto, on 325 hectares of pristine woodlands, one has many opportunities to do just that. There are many well marked and maintained trails...More

Thank AMsays
Reviewed August 7, 2017

Kortright Centre for Conservation is a place for learning and fun. I went to see the their exhibit on solar panels and renewable energy. That was very interesting and hope to see more of this in our culture, to preserve our environment. Go see for...More

Thank James A
Reviewed July 26, 2017

As a school bus driver, I've taken many groups here for educational activities, and joined in myself. It's great in the Spring, when they have a working maple syrup operation going, but they also excel at bird watching, plant identification, and much, much more. If...More

Thank derek v
Reviewed July 16, 2017 via mobile

Beautiful venue for a wedding, but want go back and explore the conservation area. Looks like there are great hiking trails.

Thank Tracey M
Reviewed May 25, 2017

The centre has a strong educational twist, with sweet plus to the visit. Maple sugar shack in the winter brings our lots of people and children galore. Adding the chance to stroll within nature and enjoy the wildlife I'd say it deserves A+

Thank skaszab2016
TRCAParks, Coordinator Client Management at Kortright Centre for Conservation, responded to this reviewResponded June 14, 2017

Thank you for taking the time to write a review. We are so glad to hear you enjoyed your experience at the Maple Syrup Festival. We look forward to you visiting us again!

Reviewed May 22, 2017

Visited this conservation area in Vaughan. A lot of information about Inuit people, some history, outdoor activities for people of all ages. We had very nice hike and then found an outdoor patio, right in the lush green tall trees, for yoga. A number of...More

Thank Khalid J
TRCAParks, Coordinator Client Management at Kortright Centre for Conservation, responded to this reviewResponded June 14, 2017

Thank you for your review. We are glad you enjoyed your visit to Kortright Centre for Conservation and were able to learn a lot. We look forward to you visiting again and exploring all of the trails available.

Reviewed April 15, 2017

This venue is on the most beautiful conservation land. Spring, summer, winter or fall it doesn't matter what time if year it is there is always something to there. Maple syrup time with pancakes, playing in the snowy forest, and so much more. The activities...More

Thank Tracey F
TRCAParks, Coordinator Client Management at Kortright Centre for Conservation, responded to this reviewResponded April 18, 2017

Hi Tracey, Thank you for your review. We couldn't agree with you more about the beautiful conservation area at Kortright Centre! Thank you for letting others know about all of the activities we have available throughout the year and how great it is for a...More

Reviewed April 11, 2017

Really enjoy the time spent here. Great hiking trails and lots of information about the ecosystem. Great place to bring the kids, can even have nice picnicMore

Thank LackOfValue
TRCAParks, Coordinator Client Management at Kortright Centre for Conservation, responded to this reviewResponded April 18, 2017

Hi, Thank you for the review. We are glad to hear you had a great time visiting and exploring the trails at our conservation area. Thank you for letting others know about the trails and how much information we have available for children to learn...More

Reviewed April 6, 2017 via mobile

Nice place to go to learn some history about syrup and the inuit people. A place to walk around and have contact with nature.More

Thank Fernanda T. Lor... V
TRCAParks, Coordinator Client Management at Kortright Centre for Conservation, responded to this reviewResponded April 18, 2017

Hi, Thank you for the review. We are glad to hear you enjoyed your visit to Kortright Centre during our Maple Syrup Festival and learned about the history of maple syrup. We look forward to you visiting us again and enjoying all the conservation area...More

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