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Mill Creek Nature Park



The Mill Creek Nature Park is built around the Mill Creek Reseroir. This reservoir is part of the water supply for the Town or Riveriew. The reservoir is created by a 10-12 foot high dam on the Nolan's Gully Trail. The reservoir itself is a small lake. The Reservoir Trail has several lookouts along the shore of the reservoir. The Fern Grove Trail follows along the stream above the reservoir with one main access to the stream.

The main Mill Creek Trail is a wide, crushed rock trail that cuts through the center of the park providing access to all the other trails.


There are two entrances to Mill Creek Nature Park. The first one can be accessed at the end of the Runneymeade Road just past the Petro-Canada Station at the east end of Riverview.

To access the second entrance continue on Gunningsville Boulevard from the Gunningsville Bridge. After 2.4 km turn left onto Robertson Street. Drive to the end of Robertson Street (900 meters) and park just before the Department of Transportation depot. The trail enters the wood on the right just before the gate.


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Page Last Updated: December 28, 2017.