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Lower Thames Valley

*Big Bend Conservation Area
, Southwest Middlesex
Located on the Thames River, just east of the Village of Wardsville. Follow County Road 2 east from Wardsville, take Big Bend Road 3 km south.

Big O Conservation Area, Lakeshore
In Comber, from Crossroads Restaurant, take County Rd. 46 East.  Turn right onto Windsor, turn right onto Elizabeth.  Entrance is on the South side of the road.

*C.M. Wilson Conservation Area, Chatham-Kent
C.M. Wilson Conservation Area is located at 21799 Fargo Road.  Located 8.5 km south of Chatham. Take Communications Road south, after hwy. 401 turn right onto Horton Road, cross railroad tracks, turn right onto Fargo Road and travel for 1 km to the entrance.

Colborne Street Conservation Area, Chatham-Kent
Located south of the second set of railway tracks (south of Colborne Street), north of McGregor's Creek.

Crane Conservation Area, Southwold
From Hwy. 401 take interchange #157, turn south onto Iona Road (County Road 14). Crane Conservation Area is located on the east side of Iona Road, almost directly across from Shackleton Line.

Delaware Conservation Area, Middlesex-Centre
Delaware Conservation Area is located on the northwest corner of the junction of County Road 2 and Gideon Drive in the Village of Delaware. Take Gideon Drive 1 block north to entrance.

Dutton/Dunwich Conservation Area, Dutton/Dunwich
From 401 take the Dutton interchange #149.  Turn north onto Currie Road (County Road 8). Turn left onto Duff Line (County Road 9). Turn right onto Coyne Road, follow to the end

*E.M. Warwick Conservation Area, West Elgin
Located on the north shore of Lake Erie between Wallacetown and Eagle.  Follow Talbot Trail east from Eagle, take McKillop Side Road south for 3 km.  E. M. Warwick Conservation Area is located to the east off of Warwick Line

Ekfrid Forest, Southwest Middlesex
From Longwoods Road, turn south onto Thames Road (County Road 8). Turn right onto Hyndman Drive. There is no direct access to the bush from the road

Lighthouse Conservation Area, Lakeshore
From Chatham, follow Riverview Drive to Tecumseh Drive, north into Lighthouse Cove 

*Longwoods Road Conservation Area, Strathroy-Caradoc
Located on the shore of Lake Erie between Erie Beach and Erieau. Follow the Talbot Trail south from Blenheim, take Erieau Road (County Road 12 south). The conservation area is located on the right hand side of the road before entering Erieau.

McGeachy Pond Conservation Area, Chatham-Kent
Located on the shore of Lake Erie between Erie Beach and Erieau. Follow the Talbot Trail south from Blenheim, take Erieau Road (County Road 12 south). The conservation area is located on the right hand side of the road before entering Erieau.

Miller Sanctuary, Chatham-Kent
From the 401, turn north onto Communications Road (Highway 40). Turn right onto Fairview Line (Kent Road 18), then left onto Harwich Road. Miller Sanctuary is located on the east side of the road halfway between Fairview and Northwood Line

Mill Stream Conservation Area, Strathroy-Caradoc
From Delaware follow Highway #2 (Longwoods Road), 2.6 km west to Gibson Road.  Turn north onto Gibson Road.  Mill Stream Conservation Area is located approximately 1km at the first bend in the road at 22035 Gibson Road.

Mosa Forest, Southwest Middlesex
To get to Mosa Forest from Middlesex County Road 2 (Longwoods Road), turn north onto Middlesex Country Road 14 (Concession Drive).  The Mosa Forest is on the south side of Concession Drive, east of Sassafras Road.

Rondeau Bay Marshes, Chatham-Kent
From Talbot Trail and Communication Road, turn south onto Communication Road to New Scotland Line and turn left. Turn right onto Wellington or Kent Street, in the hamlet of Shrewsbury, located at the end of the road.

*Rowsom’s Tilbury West Conservation Area, Lakeshore
From Tilbury, take County Road 46 west to County Road 37 and then turn left (south). Turn left at 7th road. Rowsom’s Tilbury West Conservation Area is located at the end of the road onto the left side.

*Sharon Creek Conservation Area, Middlesex Centre
Follow County Rd. 2 (Longwoods Rd.) east of Delaware. Take Springer Rd. south 2 km from County Rd. 2. The entrance to Sharon Creek Conservation Area is east off Springer Rd.

Sinclair’s Bush, Chatham-Kent
4 km southeast of Blenheim. Take Talbot Trail south to Harwich Road. Turn south onto Harwich Road. Located on the northeast corner of Harwich Road and Sinclair Line.

*Two Creeks Conservation Area, Chatham-Kent
Follow Talbot Trail to Wheatley, take Wheatley Road north. The conservation area is located on the right hand or eastern side of the road just outside of the village limits.

Walter Devereux Conservation Area, Chatham-Kent
Northwest corner of the junction of Hwy. 401 and Hwy.21. Entrance on McLarty Line.


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