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This 130-acre property is an excellent example of Precambrian Shield land. It is a forested natural area with plants, animals and landscape typical of the headwaters of the Tay and Upper Rideau watershed. The property surrounds a 60-acre, headwaters lake known as Beaver or Bass Lake and includes additional water frontage on Crow Lake.
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*Note: Directions may lead to map coordinates (in longitude/latitude) of the main trail head
For more information contact the Rideau Valley Conservation Authority:
Phone: (613) 692-3571 or 1-800-267-3504 Fax: (613) 692-0831
The Meisel Woods Conservation Area is the Rideau Valley's newest developed conservation area. Officially opened October 4, 2003. The property was generously donated to the Rideau Valley Conservation Foundation by John Meisel in 2000. Mr. Meisel's interest is that the property remain undeveloped. That wish will be respected. The goal of the new Meisel Woods Conservation Area is environmental protection.