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Bruce's Mill Conservation Area (Stouffville)

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Conservation 101

There used to be a beach here. No more. There also used to be a pond. Gone. It has been dried up to undertake a renaturalization project. Meanwhile, the conservation area continues to include trails which fork into several paths. They're regularly maintained but should you bring the stroller, be prepared for a few portages. There's also a playground between the Spruce Tree and the Beech Tree areas. You might have heard that there is now a pool on the premises. You heard right (it is by Beech Tree area) but it is not open to the public. You can reserve it for an event.

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