Alexander Stewart Provincial Park

Located at the corner of Mill Ridge Road and Maple Bend Road, Alexander Stewarrt Provincial Park is a nature reserve that protects a early successional hardwood forest of Maple, American Beech, Basswood and some less common species such as Blue-Beech and Bur Oak. The reserve is on a plain of clay silt deposits, left behind when the Champlain Sea retreated from the region.

The park welcomes hikers, snowshoers, cross country skiers, nature enthusuasts etc.

This park does not allow camping or motorized vehicles. 

This park is currently undergoing some rehabilitation including the construction of bridges and cleaning up of trails.