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Woolverton Conservation Area

The Woolverton Conservation Area is a natural area located in the Town of Grimsby.  A hardwood forest is conserved on this 18 hectare property.  It is an excellent location for birding. It is pretty rugged and so not as busy as other Bruce Trail areas, so perhaps you'd have a chance at glimpsing wildlife. 

Hours of Operation

8:00 am - Dusk

Directions

QEW exit 74, Grimsby (Casablanca Boulevard)

South on Casablanca Boulevard towards Niagara Escaprment, away from lake

Left (east) on Main Street/Regional Road 81 

Right (south) on Woolverton Road

Right into small parking lot

Enter at  the Bruce Trail

Further Information

Ministry of Natural Resources, Natural Heritage Information Centre, Natural Areas Vegetation Report

Dictionary of Canadian Biography Online: Woolverton Family

http://www.biographi.ca/009004-119.01-e.php?&id_nbr=7783&interval=25&&PHPSESSID=nfxmivhsumpcx


Ownership & Management

Niagara Penninsula Conservation Authority

Address

Woolverton Conservation Area
Grimsby, Ontario

Telephone

(905) 788 3135

GPS Co-ordinates

Latitude 43.18992562440
Longitude -79.59882265310
UTM easting 613856.00
UTM northing 4782859.00

Administration

Niagara Penninsula Conservation Authority
250 Thorold Road West, 3rd Floor
Welland, Ontario
L3C 3W2
Tel (905) 788 3135
Fax (905) 788 1121

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