Dalewood Conservation Area Trail

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  • Address: 10518 Dalewood Rd, St. Thomas, ON N5P 3T3, Canada, Adelaide Metcalfe
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  • Phone: +1- 5196311009
  • Ticket Price: Free
  • Tags: Park, Hiking Trail, Family And Kids

The Dalewood Conservation Area is a stunning area that offers beat of both the worlds- very near to the modern facilities and a twelve-kilometre trail that circles the wetlands and Reservoir of Dalewood. It is the ideal choice for campers who wish to experience nature. By visiting the area, you would get to experience huge, shaded camp sites and explore the beautiful hiking trails. Also, you can bring your dog alone and they are sure to have a wonderful time here. If you are looking forward to a pleasant hiking and camping experience, you are sure to have an enjoyable time at the Dalewood Conservation Area.  

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  • Dalewood Conservation Area Trail Address: 10518 Dalewood Rd, St. Thomas, ON N5P 3T3, Canada, Adelaide Metcalfe
  • Dalewood Conservation Area Trail Contact Number: +1- 5196311009
  • Dalewood Conservation Area Trail Price: Free
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Dalewood Conservation Area Trail Reviews & Ratings

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  • Nice quiet park. Not much to do but relax. Summer staff were the best group of kids we've had since we started camping there 7 years ago. Hope they all come back.

  • Great time to spend with family and friends, not only you will have a great time, you will also see animals going around! The place is looked after 24/7. It also has a small reservoir that is great for going around in a small kayak or canoe. Overall great experience.

  • Seems to cater mostly to trailers. However, we found a quiet spot away from that near the reservoir. We had plenty of drive by traffic however as everyone seemed to own golf carts. Not much to do there but St. Thomas was a 1 km away so that was ok.

  • Great park in a good location just minutes from Saint Thomas. A very friendly and helpful staff. We generally spend 3 or 4 days there every summer.

  • First time camping at this conservation area. Overall not a bad site but the pool is poorly managed, Long weekend you know its booked and lack of lifeguards and they made everyone stand outside the fence in the sweltering heat even if the pool wasn't at capacity. They would do half hour rotations make everyone get out of the pool and re line up. I understand when it's full it let's everyone have a chance to have a swim but makes ZERO sense to have people standing outside waiting when there are only 10 people in the pool. The lifeguards are very rude about it as well. Last day on the Monday I felt so bad for a couple dads and their kids they got kicked out because they had done 3 half hour rotations, again I would get it if there were tons of people waiting but because everyone was packing up there wasn't many in the pool so who cares how long they stay. I have camped in a lot of campgrounds and I have never seen such a foolish rule.

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