Strathroy-Caradoc falls within the catchment area of both the St. Clair Region Conservation Authority and the Lower Thames Valley Conservation Authority. Beautiful trails, wetlands, arboretums, and bird watching sites await you!
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St. Clair Region Conservation Authority
Strathroy Conservation Area, located within the Town of Strathroy, includes a 3-kilometre trail that links with other urban parks, arboretums, and wetlands.
Clark Wright Conservation Area is a 50-acre site that includes 3 kilometres of nature trails just south of Strathroy.
Lower Thames Valley Conservation Authority
Longwoods Road Conservation Area features hiking and cross-country ski trails, group camping areas, the Carey Arboretun and trail, and Ska-Nah-Doht Village and Museum, among many other amenities.
Mill Stream Conservation Area is a day-use park east of Mount Brydges that offers a small toboggan hill, a picnic shelter, and a nature trail suitable for fishing, hiking, and bird watching.