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Boyd Park - Toboggan Hill
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Boyd Conservation Area, located in Vaughan (Woodbridge) Ontario is operated by Toronto Region Conservation Authority (TRCA). This park is excellent for picnics in the summer, and this particular hill is a favourite amongst the locals for tobogganing in the winter. There are some great nature walks and hiking in Boyd.

Copyright: Chris Dufresne
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Chargée: 22/01/2011
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Tags: winter; hill; toboggan; sled; kids; park; nature
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