This photo essay is part of our partnership with Maryboro Lodge The Fenelon Falls Museum.
KAWARTHA LAKES-The pandemic put a damper on our popular Sunday Drive segments so we have come up with a creative solution to showcase our community. Over the next few months, The Sunday Drive Photo Essay will feature local winter destinations.
Ken Reid Conservation Area is a wonderful place for a winter outing. Many come for Howlers Corners off-leash dog park and as many for the network of trails. Though the trails are not groomed, they are popular enough that there is no issue with getting bogged down in snow. The community interest at Ken Reid is evident, and there is always life, even on a winter day. On both boardwalks, the chickadees are so friendly that you can feed them out of your hand (it is evident that many people do!) Following the trails through the woods, there are a lot of interesting things to see along the way, including a great chance of seeing a white-tailed deer.
Take a tour with us!
Thanks for taking this tour with us. For more information on Ken Reid Conservation go to: https://www.kawarthaconservation.com/en/conservation-areas/ken-reid.aspx
For more information on Maryboro Lodge go to:https://maryboro.ca