Lower Trent Conservation

Trenton Greenbelt

'Greening the Greenbelt' Shoreline Habitat Project - 2017

Thanks to these project partners: Great Lakes Guardian Community Fund, Rotary Club of Trenton, Highway of Heroes Living Tribute, Vineland Research & Innovation Centre, and Landscape Ontario.

Thanks also to these project supporters: Fuller Native & Rare Plants, Git-R-Down Tree Service,
Dibbits Excavating & Landscape Supply, Wentworth Landscapes, Murray Centennial Public School, Ist Stirling Cubs, Bill’s Johns Portable Toilet Rentals

More details here.


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Size: 12.94 ha (32ac)
Trail Length: 3km in total
Trail Difficulty: Easy
GPS: 44.1079,-77.5893
Unique Features: waterfront trail, oak savannah
Facilities: 4 picnic shelters plus individual tables, boat launch
Getting There: Within the City of Trenton, east side of Front Street, along Trent River.

 

Trenton GreenbeltTrenton Greenbelt Conservation Area provides a perfect setting for picnic lunches between shopping in downtown Trenton. The Jack Lange Memorial Walkway offers something for everyone . . . walking, hiking, cycling or wildlife viewing. The boat launch provides access to the Trent River and the Bay of Quinte.

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