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Belfountain Conservation Area

Park

Belfountain Conservation Area is a historic park located just 15 minutes from the village of Belfountain, Ontario. There is plenty to explore in this gorgeous spot. The park has over 1.5 km of trails that start at the top of the stunning Niagara Escarpment and wind their way down to a ravine and across a bridge over the Credit River. As you follow the trail, make your way through a man-made cave and stop to enjoy a stunning waterfall. You can even expand your hike by linking up to the renowned Bruce Trail. Belfountain also hosts a large, shady picnic and barbeque area and has become a popular wedding and event venue!

Current Weather

8° degrees celsius.
Possible light rain in the afternoon.

Watersheds

Lake Ontario

Treaties

Treaty 19, 1818

Languages

Anishinaabe

Address

10 Credit Park St, Belfountain, ON L7K 0E5

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