Boyd Conservation Area | Great Lakes Guide
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    Boyd Conservation Area
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A piece of nature within the big city — that is Boyd Conservation Area! Located within Vaughan, Ontario, right at the headwaters of both the Don and Humber Rivers, this park is an easy outdoor retreat. An ideal spot for hiking, birdwatching, fishing, and playing sports, Boyd is a wonderful getaway for the whole family. Tall, mature trees provide excellent shade for the park’s 17 picnic areas and an ideal surrounding for hikes along the 7 km of woodland trails. The trails also connect to the Humber Trail and Bartley Smith Greenway, so you can easily extend your trip! The park also has group campsites for youth, and day camp and day care programs in the summer months.



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Address
8739 Islington Ave, Woodbridge, ON L4L 1A6

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    • 14.4km
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