Comfort Inn Burlington

2 out of 5 stars2 Stars

3290 South Service Rd., Burlington, Ontario, L7N 3M6, Canada
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ALONG LAKESHORE DRIVEALONG LAKESHORE DRIVE

ON LAKESHORE DRIVEON LAKESHORE DRIVE

Starting a fire in Iroquoian Longhouse kitchenStarting a fire in Iroquoian Longhouse kitchen

Bisons at Mountsberg Wildlife CentreBisons at Mountsberg Wildlife Centre

Travel Tips for Burlington

Visiting Ontario's past at Crawford Lake

by Faiza-Ifrah

Crawford Lake Conservation Area is a 468 hectare park established in 1969 on the Niagara Escarpment in Milton. The conservation area comprises a rare meromictic lake with surrounding boardwalk and a 15th century reconstructed Iroquoian Village and heritage site, which is one of the most accurately dated pre-contact archeological sites in Canada.

We visited the area in early spring (2005) and then Rayyan visited it again in winter of 2005 as part of his class field trip.

The Lake is located in the vicinity of other conservation areas like Kelso, Hilton Falls, Mountburg Wildlife Centre and others. However, it is different from other conservation areas in that a trip here is for looking at the distant past of Ontario. The Iroquoian Village is a big educational attraction. This is topped by 19 km of hiking and cross-country skiing and snowshoeing trails with connections to Bruce Trail.

Direction: 5 kms south of Highway 401 on Guelph Line at its junction with Steeles avenue just after Campbellville. The Lake can also be reached from QEQ/Highway 403 as it is located 15 kms north of QEW on Guelph Line after Lowville Park.

Burlington & Halton Region off the beaten path

by Faiza-Ifrah

"It is the Escarpment Country"

Halton Region is the heart of Niagara Escarpment. With a population of over 150,000, Burlington, its biggest city, is conveniently located at the western end of the Greater Toronto area (after Mississauga and Oakville, and is just an hour north of the USA border after Hamilton. The city is approachable through Highway 403 / QEW from Toronto or from Niagara Falls.

Oakville, Milton, Georgetown and Acton are its other major cities.

Guelph Line north from Highway 403/QEW is one of the most scenic country roads. It meanders through forests, farms, streams and villages and offers many picturesque spots for photography and for stretching a bit from tiresome driving. Taking south exit on the Line from 403/QEW, one ends up on the lakefront with beautiful views of the breakwater, waterfowls and Burlingtom Skyway far away.

Two major towns on this road are Lowville and Campbellville. While Lowville has a beautiful conservation park where entrance is free, Campbellville is just south of Highway 401 with many roadside antique shops.

In this picture, it is a herd of Bison at Mountbergh Wildlife Centre.

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Address: 3290 South Service Rd., Burlington, Ontario, L7N 3M6, Canada