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Family Snowshoeing @ Longwoods Road Conservation Area

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Family Snowshoeing @ Longwoods Road Conservation Area

Time: January 23, 2011 from 12pm to 4pm
Location: Longwoods Road Conservation Area
Street: 8348 Longwoods Rd
City/Town: 6.5 km west of Delaware, 10 km east of Melbourne
Website or Map: http://www.lowerthames-conser…
Phone: 519 264 2420
Event Type: family, event
Organized By: Lower Thames Valley Conversation Authority
Latest Activity: Jan 13, 2011

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Event Description

Enjoy the tradition of snowshoeing in Middlesex County. Meet at the Longwoods Road Conversation Area at the log cabins for instruction and guided hikes on traditional wood and rawhide snowshoes.  No reservations required.

Admission Fee

$3 plus HST for 18 years and older

$2 plus HST for 6 - 17 years of age

6 and under Free

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