RWLT Community Lands Opening to Hikers on May 30, 2020. 
Covid-19 protocols signage posted at sites.

Covid-19 Protocols at Rock Dunder and J H Fullard Nature Reserves:

  • Washrooms closed
  • No garbage or waste containers — any trash or human waste/toilet paper to be taken out by hiker
  • Benches and other facilities are not sanitized
  • Visitors are asked to wear masks when interacting with RWLT personnel and other visitors
  • At Rock Dunder, movement on trails is one way — clockwise on Summit Loop and counter-clockwise on Morton Bay Loop.

Use of Rock Dunder Nature Reserve is restricted to supporters of the Rideau Waterway Land Trust and guests who accompany them. You can become a supporter of the Rideau Waterway Land Trust for as little as $10, by purchasing your day pass online. Please carry a copy of your pass with your group.

The Land Trust does not charge user or admission fees for its other Community Lands. Visitors are asked to consider making a donation in the donation box found at the trailheads to help our volunteers with the costs of maintaining the trails and parking areas.

We welcome everyone to enjoy our community properties.  We ask that all visitors respect the properties’ natural features.  In extreme cases, if  a community property is being harmed or is at risk in any way, the Land Trust may choose to restrict access.

Rideau Waterway Land Trust, P.O. Box 91, Seeley's Bay, Ontario, K0H 2N0 Canada. Phone: +1 (613) 305-3507

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