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Meadowvale Conservation Area

This Conservation Area is not only the home of the Credit Valley Conservation head office, it is also home to unique natural, cultural and recreational resources. The Credit River meanders through the property and the Glassford Trail takes visitors along its banks and through its floodplain. Keep an eye out for birds of prey in the fields nearby as they search for rodent and song bird meals. If you look closely enough along sections of trail, you may see remnants of early settlement with mill and farm ruins still visible. The village nearby is an Ontario Heritage site.

Much of the property, including the whole east side of the river, is managed by the City of Mississauga . The Culham Trail is a City of Mississauga trail that travels through the property and connects many parks and neighbourhoods. The east side of the property has picnic and group area rentals. Contact the City of Mississauga , Parks and Recreation Department for details or call 905-615-4100.

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