Glen Haffy Conservation Area Trails

Caledon East, Ontario

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A Pumpkinfest, with a 4ha (10- acre) corn maze, Falconry Centre birds of prey, hay bale playgrounds and a petting zoo, makes Glen Haffy Conservation Area a very popular destination for families every weekend from late September to late October. Bruce Trail Association members (see p 53) are also quite familiar with the 325ha (803-acre) park, because their trail winds along portions of the Red and Blue trails. Located at the juncture of the Oak Ridges Moraine and the Niagara Escarpment, this wonderful park is popular with hikers in general. The trails provide ample opportunities for birdwatching at dawn, before they get crowded. Species that live in the park include: black-throated green warblers, eastern bluebirds, wild turkeys and yellowbilled cuckoos. The area is also known for the several species of grape ferns that grow throughout the forests. This trail guide includes Red Trail, Green Trail, and Blue Trail.

Glen Haffy Conservation Area Trails Professional Review and Guide

"A Pumpkinfest, with a 4ha (10- acre) corn maze, Falconry Centre birds of prey, hay bale playgrounds and a petting zoo, makes Glen Haffy Conservation Area a very popular destination for families every weekend from late September to late October. Bruce Trail Association members (see p 53) are also quite familiar with the 325ha (803-acre) park, because their trail winds along portions of the Red and Blue trails.

Located at the juncture of the Oak Ridges Moraine and the Niagara Escarpment, this wonderful park is popular with hikers in general. The trails provide ample opportunities for birdwatching at dawn, before they get crowded. Species that live in the park include: black-throated green warblers, eastern bluebirds, wild turkeys and yellowbilled cuckoos. The area is also known for the several species of grape ferns that grow throughout the forests. This trail guide includes Red Trail, Green Trail, and Blue Trail."

Activity Type: Hiking
Nearby City: Caledon East
Distance: 3.6
Trail Type: Several options
Skill Level: Easy
Duration: 3 trails totaling 2 hours
Season: Best spring through fall
Accessibility: Dog-friendly
Driving Directions: Directions to Glen Haffy Conservation Area Trails

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May 2018