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Wildwood Conservation Area

Wildwood Conservation Area is a 3,5000 acre outdoor playground, located in the north part of Oxford County, where you can enjoy camping, hiking, mountain biking, birding, boating, swimming, and so much more!

Home to a 25 km lake trail. All trails are multipurpose and can be used by both hikers and cyclists.

Ride Oxford:: The trails cover flat and rugged terrain with areas of steep hills, exposed roots and rocks. Plan ahead and know your abilities as well as the areas through which you are riding.

All trail users must wear a helmet and have a seasonal/daily pass. Trail pass revenue contributes to trail improvement and management. Learn more at wildwoodconservationarea.ca/trails

Experience Level: All levels  Length: 25 km

Route Surface: Flat and rugged terrain with areas of steep hills, exposed roots and rocks


Contact Information

519-284-2292 or 1-866-668-2267
3995 Line 9, RR 2 St. Mary's, ON N4X 1C5


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