Charlottenburgh Park Conservation Area | Great Lakes Guide
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    Charlottenburgh Park Conservation Area
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Magnificent scenery, 235 acres of green space, luxury camping, and diverse wildlife — all this and more at Charlottenburgh Park Conservation Area! This park is located just east of Cornwall, Ontario along the well-traveled Heritage Highway. Visitors can enjoy year-long access to the park with a variety of recreational activities. With over 3 km of trails and two viewing structures, the park is a very popular hiking and cycling destination. The park’s beautiful beach is the perfect spot for a relaxing summer day, in addition to the popular shady picnic area. Not only can you camp in your own tent at Charlottenburgh Park, but you can sleep in the park’s luxury cabins. The cabins sleep six people and are equipped with a kitchenette, outdoor barbeque, and a porch. So, no matter what your style is, you can experience a well-deserved nature getaway!


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19788 Stormont, Dundas and Glengarry County Road 2, Summerstown, ON K0C 2E0

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  • -7°
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Light rain and windy overnight.

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    • Visibility

    • 14.5km
    • Sunrise

    • 7:05 AM
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    • 4:25 PM
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    • 4.8kph
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    • 4.8kph
    • Wind direction

    • South

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    • -8°
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I learned how to fish on that lake, I learned how to swim on that lake. I developed some of my closest friendships with people as we were fishing or swimming in the lake. All of those are very much an incredible part of my life now and it all started there.

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