Little Cataraqui Creek
A hub for outdoor recreation enthusiasts and those seeking to have a more profound experience communing with the natural environment mere minutes from the hustle and bustle of the city, Little Cataraqui Creek Conservation Area is a focal point for environmental and conservation activity and learning within the Cataraqui Watershed. Encompassing 394 hectares of land just north of Highway 401 within the boundaries of the City of Kingston, the property features areas of marsh, field, and forest habitat for nature appreciation, education, and outdoor recreation facilities.
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Activities & Facilities
help us protect Little Cataraqui Creek and make sure all visitors have an enjoyable experience
Please stay on the marked trails. Do not walk on the groomed & track-set trails, stick to Trail 5 and the service roads.
Dogs must be on a leash at all times. Do not walk on the groomed & track set trails, stick to Trail 5 and the service roads. Stoop & Scoop.
Trails 1 to 4 are groomed and track-set for classic-cross country skiing when conditions permit (rentals available on weekends)
Trail 5 and the service roads are maintained for snowshoeing (rentals available on weekends). Do not walk on the groomed trails.
Wetlands, woods, meadows and shoreline areas provide many opportunities for wildlife viewing
Daily Entrance Fee
$3.50 for children, $5 for adults, maximum fee of $15 per vehicle. Please see 'Entrance Fee' button above for payment options.
Facility rentals, washrooms, snack bar, annual passes, trail information. Mon. to Fri. 9am - 4pm
Located at the warming huts and in the sugar bush.
About Little Cataraqui Creek
- Hiking/walking trails
- Education programs for all ages
- Cross-country skiing and snowshoeing, including groomed, track-set trails and weekend lessons
- Fishing, in accordance with MNR regulations
- Picnic areas, privies, and benches
- Bird watching and nature appreciation
Demonstration Sugar Bush
Sights at Little Cataraqui Creek Conservation Area
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