Morris Island Conservation Area, Ottawa

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Island · Hidden Gem · Wildlife Area
The Morris Island Conservation Area is operated by the Mississippi Valley Conservation Authority.
Located on the Ottawa River near Fitzroy Harbour, the Morris Island Conservation Area consists of 47 hectares of forested woodlands and wetlands. It allows for hiking, picnicking, canoeing (within the bay areas of the island), and fishing (including accessible fishing platforms).
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  • Nice variety of trails, some good for wheelchair or stroller. Peaceful and pretty even in November with all the leaves fallen. The smell of fall leaves was great. The moss and tree trunks were...  more »
  • This beautiful trail is excellent for everyone; family, stroller, wheelchair and pet friendly. It has amazing places for you to sit and enjoy the sites. The wild life we seen were two deer, a...  more »
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  • Great walk for the family! Trails are well marked, and very well groomed. The location is a bit hard to get to but we took the voyageur and old miner's trail around the island. Very flat with a few nice views of the Ottawa River.
  • A beautiful child friendly place for a hike. Many trails to choose from, picturesque lookouts and not crowded at all.
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