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Camden Lake Provincial Wildlife Area

Recharge and refuel the L&A way

The beautiful area consists of rolling hills and long flat stretches and is a popular area for cycling and hiking.

The Wildlife Area has two short trails, The Blue Heron Trail, and Cedar Point Trail. Both trails have an asphalt trail path making this an ideal path for nature enthusiasts both young and old. Pack a lunch and let’s go!

A great place for:

  • Hiking
  • Fishing
  • Boat Launch
  • Snowmobiling
  • Birding
  • Cycling
  • Dog Friendly

Bird watchers love it here.

This wildlife area is a popular place for bird watches and is a designated goose sanctuary, managed by The Ontario Ministry of Natural Resources. If you come between April and December you’ll spot our resident flock of 300 Canada geese that make Camden Lake their home.

Camden Lake Provincial Wildlife Area
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Fun Facts

  • Home to 300 Canada Geese
  • 180+ different bird species spotted here
  • Bring your pup, this area is dog-friendly
  • Trails are open all year

Location and more details:

603 Card Road, Moscow

Directions: Located at the end of Card Road on the south shore of Camden Lake and west of County Road 6.

Tel: 613.378.2475

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