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Kortright Centre for Conservation - Welcome Centre
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This is the Welcome centre at Kortright Centre for Conservation. There is information on the park, as well as a gift shop and cafeteria inside. The Welcome Centre is near the parking area in the middle of the park. There are some very nice trails leading down to the Humber River, either south/west of of the centre, or to the duck pond north/west of the centre.

Copyright: Chris dufresne
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送信日: 11/01/2011
更新日: 13/08/2014
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Tags: hiking; trail; park; nature walking
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