Pittock Conservation Area has picnic and overnight camping facilities on the north side of Pittock Lake. The trail goes through a pine plantation and then swings back, near the railway tracks.

The park is open from about the third week in April until the week after Thanksgiving in October.

Note: A Day Use Pass is required from Pittock Conservation Area to use the trail. Pass is available at main Gate (221 Pittock Park Rd, Woodstock, ON N4S 7W2)

Length: 4-5 km

Difficulty: Easy, Family

Facilities: Washrooms, picnic areas, parking (summer only)

Location: Pittock Conservation Area, north side of Pittock Lake (east of Hwy 59, north of Woodstock)

Trail Uses: Walking, cycling, (gates closed in winter)

Contact: Pittock Conservation Area: (519)539-5088

Admission: A Day Use Pass is required from Pittock Conservation Area to use the trail.

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