Historic Kleinburg is surrounded by gorgeous natural trails through the Humber River, and with the winter season closing in, there’s no better time like the present to enjoy the beautiful nature and colourful foliage.
Sitting on the Humber River valley floodplain, The McMichael Collection sits on 100 acres of wooded conservation land overlooking the East Humber River Valley. The grounds surrounding the McMichael site have been enhanced with pathways and signs leading hikers and bikers through kilometres of natural trails. Come in for a visit and you might just see a variety of birds, small mammals, fish, wild turkeys, foxes and beavers, and unique insects.
A part of the Humber River Trail, The William Granger Greenway is more than 5 kilometres in length with the trail beginning at Rutherford Road and linking to the Boyd Conservation Area to the south. Take in the natural habitats, cultural resources, recreational facilities and the historic aboriginal trade route through this amazing outdoor adventure.
Situated on 325 hectares of pristine woodlands, the Kortright Centre for Conservation is a natural oasis offering over 50 sustainable education programs. With over 100,000 visitors annually, this incredible site is truly a remarkable part of nature.