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Glenridge Quarry Naturalization Site

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A Fall Walk

When we arrived it was just starting to drizzle rain but it did not dapen our interest The trails... read more

Reviewed 14 February 2017
Tom G
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St. Catharines, Canada
A delightful oasis on the escarpment

Lots of trails to wander around the pond or to amble under the trees on the Bruce Trail... read more

Reviewed 6 December 2016
GeoNomadness
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Canada
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400 St David's Rd, St. Catharines, Ontario L2T 4C2, Canada
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Reviewed 14 March 2018 via mobile

I am glad that this landfill was transformed into an area that can be enjoyed by outdoor enthusiasts as well as wildlife. There are many trails, including one that goes to a pond, that runners, hikers and dog owners can use. It is too bad,...More

Thank KathleenR_28
Reviewed 14 February 2017

When we arrived it was just starting to drizzle rain but it did not dapen our interest The trails are fun and the wildlife is plentiful.There is a nice pond where the fish and ducks are happy to entertain everyone.

Thank Tom G
Reviewed 6 December 2016

Lots of trails to wander around the pond or to amble under the trees on the Bruce Trail loop. From the summit you can see Toronto and Niagara Falls (towers and mist). Even on a cold dull day it was a pleasant excursion for a...More

Thank GeoNomadness
Reviewed 20 October 2016

It's so green here, and the grasshoppers leap out of the grass all around you. Climb the hill to the very top and turn, and you'll see all of the peninsula laid out for your viewing pleasure. I love it here.

Thank Anna G
Reviewed 17 October 2016

I was quite surprised by this special park. I love what they are doing here. It’s like a little paradise. This is quite a different park. It used to be a private owned quarry for 15 years, then it was used as a municipal landfill...More

Thank Robby G C
Reviewed 5 May 2016

An excellent site in St. Catharines that allows the hiker to join up with the Bruce Trail system or to hike a local side loop. A nice site that has views of the city below, Lake Ontario and the surrounding area. The site itself is...More

Thank Randy M
Reviewed 28 April 2016

I walk here now and then. The area is not particularly beautiful, but there is a lot of space if you like that. The north side of the site has entrance to Bruce Trail which goes through local woods, and the small artificial lake is...More

Thank Esko M
Reviewed 17 March 2016

Lots of trails, even a pond to look for if you follow the right trails. You can see Toronto from the high points .

Thank 2016Birds
Reviewed 23 November 2015

This naturalization site sits atop and old landfill. It is slowly returning to nature. There are lots of hiking trails, and one place offers a scenic lookout over the city of St. Catharines. There is also a pond with waterfowl on the site. There are...More

Thank Brian664
Reviewed 13 November 2015

The Glendridge Quarry Naturalisation site was an old landfill. Surprisingly it doesn't smell. There are a few great gazebos there. Even a nice little lake with a deck on it. The terrain is flat. If you head to the northernmost border of the park, the...More

Thank Wolfmaan
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