Crawford Lake Conservation Area and Iroquoian Village Trails

Campbellville, Ontario

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Visitors to Crawford Lake will probably begin with a short tour through the reconstructed Iroquoian Village. A palisade wall encircles four longhouses–two of which are complete and two others which are only exterior frames–burial platforms, a grinding stone, a central fire pit, a sacred plant garden, a “three sisters” (corn, beans and squash) garden, and a games field. This trail guide includes Crawford Lake Trail, Woodland Trail, Pine Ridge Trail, Escarpment Trail, and Nassagaweya Trail.

Crawford Lake Conservation Area and Iroquoian Village Trails Professional Review and Guide

"Visitors to Crawford Lake will probably begin with a short tour through the reconstructed Iroquoian Village. A palisade wall encircles four longhouses–two of which are complete and two others which are only exterior frames–burial platforms, a grinding stone, a central fire pit, a sacred plant garden, a “three sisters” (corn, beans and squash) garden, and a games field. This trail guide includes Crawford Lake Trail, Woodland Trail, Pine Ridge Trail, Escarpment Trail, and Nassagaweya Trail."

Activity Type: Hiking
Nearby City: Campbellville
Distance: 10
Trail Type: Several options
Skill Level: Easy to Moderate
Duration: 5 trails totaling 7 hours
Season: Best spring through fall
Accessibility: Dog-friendly
Driving Directions: Directions to Crawford Lake Conservation Area and Iroquoian Village Trails

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May 2018