Hike the Limehouse Conservation Area Loop

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Added by Nicole Cote

This hike is good for a relaxing afternoon, looking at old limestone kilns, and taking a light walk through the woods. 

This CA is home to history and nature. When entering the trail and heading left at the first fork, you are later greated by "hole in the wall" where the trail descends into a lime stone crevace. Allowing you to explore the rock will hiking along the trail. Continuting the the far left of the propery, you will find a charming stream (where I cooled my feet), and then the monuments of the old kilns. The CA is layed out in a series of loop trails that allow you to individualize your trip.

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  • No more is needed than some water and your own two feet.
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Skill Level:



Year Round

Trail Type:



3.1 Miles

Elev. Gain:

50 Feet


Dog Friendly
Easy Parking
Family Friendly

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Added by Nicole Cote

I like to explore, but dont we all?

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