Stroll along the rolling meadows
Connect with nature on this 400-acre property. Enjoy views of the Credit River which runs throughout the park. Experience different natural habitats from wetlands, to forests and meadows. See wildlife thanks to the green corridor that connects large areas of land and water.
Hike the first signed section of the Credit Valley Trail, a proposed 100-kilometre pathway from the along the length of the Credit River. Grab your binoculars and discover birds that call this area home. You might see a great blue heron near the water’s edge.
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- Practice physical distancing by staying two metres (six feet) apart.
- Wear a mask where physical distancing is a challenge. A mandatory face covering is required for admittance to buildings in accordance with the local public health unit.
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- Keep your dog on leash and at least two metres (six feet) away from other dogs and people.
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- Consider bringing your own hand sanitizer as there are limited hand-washing facilities available.
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- Limit your stay. Leave time for others to visit while reducing the number of people onsite at one time.
- Be patient and prepare for extended wait times while we process you safely.
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- Yield to oncoming traffic on bridges and boardwalks.
- Read all trail etiquette guidelines.
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This narrow trail located in Dragonfly Park is managed by the Town of Orangeville. It provides great scenic views of the wetlands to the south.
Take in the view of the Orangeville Wetland Complex. The wetlands act like a filter, cleaning the water. Be sure to take a deep breath as you walk through the fragrant cedar forest.
This trail traces the perimeter of a restored grassland where you can spot grassland birds such as bobolink and eastern meadowlark. The trail also passes through an isolated sugar maple-rock elm forest.
This short trail has a long, steep rise that offers views of the restored grassland.
Take your time on the rolling hills as you take in the spectacular views of the Credit River and surrounding landscape. This trail intersects with the Grassland Safari Loop.