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Depot Lakes Conservation Area

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Address: Snider Road, Verona, South Frontenac, Ontario K0H 1T0, Canada
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+1 613-374-2940
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Recommended length of visit: More than 3 hours
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Imagine a series of four lakes nestled in

the heart of the Land O’ Lakes...

Imagine a series of four lakes nestled in

the heart of the Land O’ Lakes tourist region. Located just north of the village of Verona,this Conservation Area is 1,214 hectares (3,000 acres) with 9 km of rugged hiking trails. This Conservation Area offers some of the best fishing in eastern Ontario. This is our only Conservation Area that offers camping. The trails are closed each year from mid-October to mid-November during hunting season.

We have Trailer Campsites for the entire season, private island rentals as well as campgrounds that will allow you to enjoy the wilderness at its best.

Depot Lakes is a getaway the entire family can enjoy. From Day trips to a summer long vacation, Depot Lakes is the place to be.

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Address: Snider Road, Verona, South Frontenac, Ontario K0H 1T0, Canada

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