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Crawford Lake Conservation Area

3115 Conservation Road, Campbellville, Milton, Ontario L9T 2X3, Canada
+1 905-854-0234
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Beautiful walk

Phew .. thought entry fee was little steep even though I understand why they need the money !! It... read more

Reviewed yesterday
SallyD040
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Johannesburg, South Africa
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Nice walks, Iroquois village

Crawford Lake is one of seven Halton Parks sites north of Burlington - there are several walks... read more

Reviewed 2 weeks ago
tomwO6177GV
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Winchester, United Kingdom
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3115 Conservation Road, Campbellville, Milton, Ontario L9T 2X3, Canada
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Reviewed yesterday via mobile

Phew .. thought entry fee was little steep even though I understand why they need the money !! It really is a beautiful area .. we saw lots of birds, everything was very green, the paths are well marked and the paths are mostly wide...More

Thank SallyD040
Reviewed 2 weeks ago

Crawford Lake is one of seven Halton Parks sites north of Burlington - there are several walks, level and across country, and a boardwalk around the lake. The walks link into the Bruce Trails in places. There's plenty of parking and a shop with souvenirs...More

Thank tomwO6177GV
Reviewed 3 weeks ago via mobile

This is a nice area to hike, bike or just enjoy nature. Walking around the boardwalk is really nice. Well maintained park.

Thank Gee C
Reviewed 3 weeks ago

Crawford lake has everything an outdoor enthusiast would want. A variety of trails, educational seminars, clean facilities, and pleasant staff. Absolutely wonderful during the winter months after a snowfall.

Thank Vanessa B
Reviewed 4 weeks ago

something to do every season. nice board walk, beautiful water in the summer time, can spot a few fish and turtle in the water.

Thank anwaarsohail
Reviewed 12 April 2017

We had no idea there was so much to this attraction. The people at the visitors center are so friendly and knowledgeable. There are multiple hiking trails are beautiful and the lake is beautiful. The part that we were unaware of is that there are...More

Thank Maureen S
Reviewed 12 April 2017

Visiting Milton and having hiking so close is a bonus. Loved the trails and the sights where amazing even after winter is pacing. Can't imagine the sights in the Fall!

Thank alexiaduncan72
Reviewed 11 April 2017

My friend and I hiked to here from Rattlesnake Conservation Area. It's about a 10km hike there and back. The lake is gorgeous and the trails are well maintained. There was not one piece of garbage along the trail.

Thank Jessica W
Reviewed 28 March 2017

The best feature of this park is the people. Lots of interaction, good stories and education, great with children. This park features three restored native longhouses. Inside are artefacts, displays, and lots of fun. The park also features multiple hiking trails, of which I suspect...More

Thank kav2001c
Reviewed 6 March 2017

i take my 2 sons here every year. lots to do and different events run all year long. the boys loved learning about the indians

Thank travelchick1985
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hennyloughran
Is there an entrance Fee?
21 April 2017|
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Response from Jessica W | Reviewed this property |
Hi, There is an entrance fee. After tax it is $6.75 per person.
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monkey018
how to get to the Crawford Lake by public transportation?
5 September 2016|
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Response from ugh-lomi | Reviewed this property |
I don't think there is any regular public transit to Crawford Lake. Check with Burlington or Milton Transit, though it looks like buses from these GO stations will still leave you a long way short of Crawford Lake.
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David C
Can you swim at the lake?
31 August 2016|
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Response from michaelns2015 | Reviewed this property |
No, you can't
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