Friday, July 17, 2015

Forks of the Credit Provincial Park and Belfountain Conservation Area

Address: Earl Rowe Provincial Park P.O. Box 872
Alliston, ON, L9R 1W1
When you get there you park your car and you go to the machine to pay and you can choose 3 different options. We chose the 2 hour option and that cost us $5.25.
Numerous trails throughout the park. Some areas are difficult as when we went to see the waterfalls there was quite the hills to go up

We went to go see the waterfall but the viewing platform at the Mill Site was closed to the public.
  In order to still view the falls you will be required to travel Meadow Trail until it intersects with the Bruce Trail, follow Bruce Trail West until it intersects the Dominian Trail and then go north until it ends at the closure. You will be required to return the same way to get back.
  As you will see by the photos that the view was limited.

Again there is many trails that you can do and could hike for many hours if you wanted to.

We did 2 hours which was a hot day and our son was tired.
So now for a nice cool treat of Ice-Cream
  address is 815 Forks of the Credit Road, Belfountain, Ontario L7K 0E7 (Right next to the entrance to the Belfountain Conservation Area.)

So we are right beside Belfountain Conservation Area
so we went there  


10 Credit Street, Belfountain L7K 0E5

General Admission Fees*

Adults: $5.00
Children (ages 6-14): $3.00
Senior (age 60 and over): 20% off adult
Maximum charge per vehicle of up to 6 people: $22.00
Memberships available
* prices do not include HST

We knew we were not going to be there long as we were tired but they did have a trail that would take 2 hours long which we did not do.


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