Maidstone Conservation Area | Great Lakes Guide
Destination Icon

Maidstone Conservation Area

Park

Maidstone Conservation Area is a 50 acre site located near Lakeshore, Ontario. Home to a 1.5 km trail that winds its way through an oak and hickory woodland, it is an ideal hiking and cycling getaway. The trail is well-maintained and contains a boardwalk, making it easy and accessible. Along the way, you will pass by the Puce River where you can stop for an afternoon picnic by the water. Within the Carolinian forest, you might pass an Indian Signal Tree — a bent white oak tree through to have been formed by First Nations peoples as signals or markers. These trees were formed by tying down growing branches, guiding those who travelled through the area in the 16 and 1700s. These trees can be found scattered throughout the region, with notable trees in Akron, Ohio and the oldest signal tree (at 800 years old) in North Carolina.

Current Weather

3° degrees celsius.
Clear throughout the day.

Watersheds

Lake Erie

Treaties

Treaty 2, 1790

Languages

Address

Lakeshore Rd 209, Maidstone, ON N0R 1K0

Nearby destinatons

See More

Devonwood Conservation Area

Devonwood Conservation Area is a small, charming hidden gem, smack dab in the...

McAuliffe Woods Conservation Area

Located within the small town of Tucemseh, Ontario is the quiet, pleasant McAuliffe...

Sandpoint Beach

Sand Point Beach is part of a larger community park on the east end of Windsor,...

West Belle River Beach

Known for its kite surfing and windsurfing, this sandy beach also has a large...

Related Watermarks

See More