Magical fall colours at Scotsdale Farm, Halton Hills

Scotsdale Farm is one of the most beautiful spots in Halton Hills and favourite spot for photographers and filmmakers. 531 acres of rolling hills, woodlands with close proximity to Silvercreek Conservation area.

The former Scotsdale Farm is one of the nicest places near Georgetown. Large meadows, old growth forests, streams can be walked on 4 trails.
The first trail, the Bennett Heritage Trail officially opened on Canada Day in 1992.
The main Bruce Trail runs through here as well.

The Bruce Trail / 10,5 km
Bennett Heritage Trail / 3.9km
Maureen Smith Side Trail / 6.6-km loop
Great Esker Side Trail / 3.6km loop
Duff Pit Side Trail / 2.4km loop

Short history of Scotsdale Farm:

The farm was bequeathed to the Ontario Heritage Trust by Stewart and Violet Bennett in 1982. Bennett had developed Scotsdale into an internationally renowned breeding farm for his Arabian horses and shorthorn beef cattle.
The Bennetts also bequeathed $1,335,000 to the Georgetown hospital with a wish that the money be spent for elderly care.

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