Crediton Conservation Area
Where is it?
39199 Crediton Road, Crediton, Ontario, Canada.
How do I get there?
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Why should I visit?
Crediton Conservation Area is a small day-use park in Crediton managed by the Municipality of South Huron.
The picnic area and arboretum are appropriate uses of the flood plain.
The arboretum commemorates 50 years of Ausable Bayfield Conservation tree planting and demonstrates various trees the public could plant on their properties.
Crediton residents use the conservation area for brief walks and access to the Ausable River for canoeing.
The area could be a turn-around area for residents who walk along the community's sidewalks.
There are no longer any picnic tables in the pavilion and the old privies have been removed.
There is a dog park:
The Crediton Conservation Area has a fenced area where dogs are permitted to be off-leash.
Dogs must be under control and well-behaved.
Dog owners/handlers are responsible for the behavior of their dogs and need to adhere to the 'stoop and scoop' bylaw.
For permitted (and prohibited) uses, please visit the 'Permitted Uses' at Crediton Conservation Area visit the web page at this link: