Stoney Island Conservation Area | Great Lakes Guide
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Stoney Island Conservation Area is a near 100 acre park located near Kincardine, Ontario. Home to scenic forests, bluffs, and stunning views of the Lake Huron shoreline, you won’t want to miss a trip out to Stoney Island! The park has over 6 km of trails — ideal for hiking and cycling — and boardwalks and bridges that will bring you down to Stoney Beach. The large, sheltered trails will bring you through grassy meadows and cedar forests, past White-Tailed Deer, Wild Turkeys, Snowshoe Hares, Minks, Porcupines, and many other species. Visit in the spring to see the park over-run with new life as wildflowers bloom and new birds hatch. This park is truly a nature lover’s paradise! A popular spot in the winter, the park also hosts lovely cross-country skiing trails through this winter wonderland. Make sure you visit Stoney Island Conservation Area in every season!



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Address
434 County Rd 23, Tiverton, ON N0G 2T0

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Windy overnight.

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    • 16.1km
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    • 7:50 AM
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    • 17kph
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I am convinced that the plovers were intentional in selecting this busy site as it has taught many people about the plight of species- at- risk.



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