CRAWFORD LAKE CONSERVATION AREA
Crawford Lake Conservation Area, located in Milton, Ontario, is a gem within the Halton Region. With beautiful boardwalks and meromictic lake views, Crawford Lake offers six hiking trails ranging from one kilometer to almost 10 kilometers round-trip (on the Nassagaweya Canyon Trail) which leads to Rattlesnake Point Conservation Area.
With family-friendly trails throughout, hiking in Crawford Lake is great for beginners and experienced hikers alike. You can also visit the Iroquoian longhouse village and learn about local First Nations history. There's also a boardwalk that goes completely around the lake (the Crawford Lake Trail) providing a beautiful backdrop anyone can appreciate.
Use the map below to locate Crawford Lake Conservation Area and get driving directions.
Mostly flat terrain with a few small hills.
Crawford Lake is very kid-friendly.
Crawford Lake Trail is suitable for strollers and wagons with bigger wheels.
All trails are loops except Nassagaweya Canyon trail which connects to Rattlesnake Point.
Browse through photos of Crawford Lake Conservation Area taken by fellow Halton Hiker members.