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Proctor Park Conservation Area


Proctor Park Conservation Area is a 91 acre park in Brighton, Ontario. The park hosts an extensive network of trails — enough for an entire day full of hiking or cycling! The trails range in difficulty, so there is something for visitors of all skill levels. Home to Cedar lowlands, Maple and Beech hardwood forests, and a meandering creek, Proctor Park is a preferred destination for nature photographers. History buffs will love a visit to the Historic Proctor House — an elegant, restored 1800s home. The Proctor Theatre within the park also puts on a few plays each year, so make sure you stop by and see a show!


Lake Ontario

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Williams (1923)


96 Young St, Brighton, ON K0K 1H0

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