Two Creeks Forest Conservation Area in Morrisburg: Trail Report

Two Creeks Forest Conservation Area in Morrisburg: Trail Report

What if I told you that there’s a magical forest in Morrisburg? One that’s rich with diverse flora and all-the-birds. Hmm, and geocaching. An easy 4.5km hike. Oh, and it has two beaches nearby that you can enjoy post hike. Aaaand you can go watch the big ships go through the locks and sail down the St-Lawrence.

Suggested Stops

If it weren’t for the current pandemic, there would have been a stop at Cup of Jo’s along the way for coffee or post hike lunch! They have adapted by doing online meal orders for right now and we’re looking forward to the day they’re open fully again.

Important Insights

All the birds. It genuinely seemed like the whole forest was signing. Birding rejoice, this is a prime spot. Besides that though, the only other wildlife we saw was a few frogs making their way across the trail.

Land Acknowledgement

These are the lands of the Ho-de-no-sau-nee-ga (Haudenosaunee), Anishinabewaki ᐊᓂᔑᓈᐯᐗᑭ, Kanienʼkehá꞉ka (Mohawk), Omàmìwininìwag (Algonquin), and Wendake-Nionwentsïo people.⁠ It is important as avid hikers and stewards of the land, to acknowledge and understand the full story of our surroundings along with the people that care for her, both past and present. As sourced from, if there are corrections please send to

Land Management

This property is managed by the South Nation Conservation Authority.

GPS Coordinates

44.8657285486317, -75.27326577092254

Street Address

11319 County Road 2, Morrisburg, ON


Take Bank St (South) all the way into Morrisburg. Turn right on Hwy 2 in Morrisburg. Drive 7kms then parking is clearly indicated on the right (north) side.


Large parking lot at trailhead.

Cell Reception



None. Follow Leave No Trace toileting guidelines



Trail Details

Entrance Fee

Hours of Operation

All seasons. Open dawn to dusk daily.

Trail Map


Located at the parking lot.

Number of Trails


Total Distance (km)


Elevation Gain (m)

Cell Reception



Woodlands, Marshlands, Ecological Significance, Interpretive Signs


Hiking, Birding, Geocaching, xCountry Skiing


Permitted on-leash.

Trail Description

This honestly can best be summed up as the bridges and birds trail. Ok ok, it’s more than that, but it is a prime spot for birds (bird habitat area and birdfeeders along the path) aaaaaand there’s more than a few wooden bridges which is super cute. The Two Creeks Forest Conservation Area trail is 1-2 person wide, sections or dirt path and grass path, and very well marked with two large trail maps at the main intersections. It is a 4.5km loop that takes you through a grove of silver maples and a wide open grass field that is used as a bird habitat site. The main features are as mentioned above, plenty of bridges and a nice easy walk through the forest. It is an interpretive trail with 9 points of interest along the way which include silver maple, bur oak, alder, streams, wetlands, grasslands, and forest. There’s rhubarb along the first section of the trail and we even spotted a purple iris. Although no dramatic view points, coming out of the forest (if you hike the loop counter clockwise) and into the the large grassy fields on a clear day is pretty beautiful and should be appreciated.

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