Chesney Wilderness Area Trail
519-621-3697 (Grand River Conservation Authority)
The trail starts on a long wide grassy lane, which goes into a mature hardwood bush. It then goes into an array of vegetation: pine, cedar, wetland and field. There is one steeper hill, but is not overly difficult. A wonderful hike, particularly in its autumn glory.
This 40.5 ha (100 aces) of land was the first reforestation plot in the County in 1944. Similar tracts were established in Drumbo, Centreville, Innerkip, Embro adn Lakeside.
Length - 4 Km... Difficulty - Easy to moderate... Facilities - Parking... Trail Uses - Walking/cross-country skiing... Location - Oxford Road 29, just west of Oxford Road 22.
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Area Served: Oxford
Trail Difficulty: Easy to moderateTrail Facilities: ParkingInteractive Map:View MapTrail Uses: Walking, Cross-Country SkiingTrail Directions: Oxford Rd. 29 (north side),
just west of Oxford Rd. 22
Address Notes: Locatin: Oxford Rd. 29 (north side), just west of Oxford Rd. 22.
Last Update: 2014-06-19 12:31:00