- Operation of motorized vehicles
- Picking or cutting of any plants, including flowers and trees
The Nashville Conservation Reserve is a large TRCA-owned property located in the Region of York. Because of its size and significant ecological value, the property is an integral part of Toronto and Region Conservation’s natural heritage system.
Part of the Humber River watershed, and located within the municipalities of King and Vaughan, the Nashville Conservation Reserve is approximately 2,225 acres in size. Toronto and Region Conservation staff are currently working with community members to build trails through the reserve, which will provide the general public with greater access to this beautiful property.
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Trails Open to the Public