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STEP INTO NATURE

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Conservation Areas provide some of the best green spaces and natural features the region has to offer. Whether you want to take a hike through the woods, go camping, enjoy a quiet picnic, or have fun at a popular fishing spot, Belleville is ideal for the outdoor enthusiast. While in Belleville be sure to explore nearby natural assets including Vanderwater and Quinte Conservation Areas.

DON’T MISS IT

DON’T MISS IT

While there are plenty of waterfront trails, conservation areas, and places to hike in Belleville, one place you can not miss is the H.R. Frink Centre. The Frink Centre offers 14 km’s of trails through 341 acres of beautiful Conservation Area. Hikers are able to travel along one of the many trails and explore a variety of habitats, which include trails through deciduous forest, along the Moira River, across the impressive Silver Maple Swamp, through beautiful horsetails & orchids, and over the stunning ecological wetlands. So no matter the season or the weather the H.R. Frink Centre is one place that everyone should visit.

It’s treasure hunting (for grown-ups too)!

H.R. FRINK CENTRE

CITY OF BELLEVILLE - 2018 VISITOR GUIDE

GEOCACHING

Did you know there are 1,204 geocaches near Belleville? Join the world’s largest treasure hunt at geocaching.com/play. Three steps to begin your Adventure 1. Create a free geocaching account explore, find and log geocaches around the City. 2. Find a geocache - pick a geocache and navigate to its location. 3. Share your experience - once you find it, sign and date the logbook, re-hide the geocache exactly how you found it then share your experience online.

City of Belleville - Visitors Guide 2018  
City of Belleville - Visitors Guide 2018