McCrae Lake Conservation Trail is a 9 mile loop trail located near Georgian Bay, Ontario, Canada that features a lake and is rated as moderate. The trail is primarily used for hiking, walking, and snowshoeing and is accessible year-round.
Fantastic trail. A bit obscure with the signage. We couldn't find the parking lot (mostly because it's off the on ramp for the 400 and there was no signs telling us that's where it is) but we managed to access the trail from a snowmobile trail entrance. Beautiful scenery and breathtaking colours.
Beautiful waterfall at the end of the trails!
This trail is beautiful but the lack of signage made this trail a bit of a nightmare. We had NO clue where the yellow markers were taking us so we ended up turning back the way we came. If McCrae Conservation would like people to enjoy this trail I recommend putting a picture of the trail at the start with how many kms it is. If they don't want people to enjoy it keep it the way it is.
Mc cray cray make is awesome, keep it clean pls
Awesome trail leads to a bluff you can climb if you have the proper gear and exp.
Was going to try this hike but was unable to find it. If it is somewhere around here there are no signs.