The W. E. Burton Conservation Area is located on the banks of the Castor River in Eastern Ontario, and has just over a kilometer of trails. The main loop is wide, well-maintained, and has little elevation making it great for hiking or biking in the summer, and snowmobiling during the winter.
#2 J. Henry Tweed Conservation Area
The J. Henry Tweed Conservation Area
is one of the area’s well-travelled greenspaces as it welcomes more than 20,000 visitors each year. The main loop is a 2.1 km trail nestled in the urban area of Russell. With kilometers of well-maintained trails, tall trees and beautiful creeks. The park links with the Russell Township New York Central Fitness Trail, a converted railway perfect for cycling and rollerblading. In 2020, Ontario Power Generation partnered with the conservation area to plant native trees and shrubs, repair erosion, stabilize streambanks, and restore in-stream habitat to increase biodiversity.
#4 “Fair” Country
If you want to live and breathe the country, then you’ll love the Fairground options near Marionville. Chesterville Fair and the Metcalfe Fair
have both been big contributions to the communities for generations. The Metcalfe Fair is one of the premier agricultural exhibitions in Ontario. With a vision to raise agricultural awareness, promote life skills, provide a venue for farmers and others for competition and trade exhibitions and much more.
Chesterville is a mainly rural area in North Dundas made up of over 10,000 people. It has a rich history of agriculture, and each year the Chesterville Fair offers a chance for the community to come together and showcase its rich rural pride. Animal shows, family entertainment, homecraft, live music, and a wide selection of vendors make up the area’s marquee event.
The town of Marionville features a rich rural community with something unique in every direction you look. Whether you’re looking for a peaceful countryside retreat, a day immersed in nature, or a chance to check out the boatload of agriculture, Marionville offers a taste of the simple life. Opportunity for country living in the lovely Marionville is available soon, with a limited number of lots. If you're ready to settle down in a peaceful neighborhood, surrounded by our top 5 things to do in Marionville, then be sure to visit the Park View Homes website
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