Today I'm writing about a tiny gem of a place that has a great assortment of trails. Proctor Park Conservation Area is a small park on the edge of the town I live in- it's just 3 blocks from main street, but once you drop down into the forest, you feel like you're a million miles away from civilization.
In order to help you understand the landscape a bit better, I'll tell you a bit more about the area I live in. My town is on the north shore of Lake Ontario, about 150km east of Toronto. Along much of the Lake Ontario shore it is quite flat for several km north, and then a ridge rises up- not too big, but still not too tiny. Proctor Park sits pretty much where the hills start.