The Fleetwood Creek Natural Area is a river valley system with lowland forests, hardwood bush, meadows and steep valleys. There are over 250 kinds of plants and 44 types of birds in the Natural Area. Distinct geological formations caused by the past glacial period can be found, including kames, kettles, eskers and ice-contact ridges. Loop trails and spectacular views from the observation platform enable appreciation of these features, with picnic tables at the platform and parking lots off the rough or unassumed Ballyduff Road and Solanum Way. This 380 hectare (900 acre) property is managed by Kawartha Conservation for the Ontario Heritage Trust.
GPS Coordinates: 44.143906000, -78.615804000