The Valley pathways in the Bowmanville and Soper creeks remain open to those who wish to walk and cycle as long as they maintain the appropriate social (physical) distancing from each other. Please remember certain activities are forbidden on these public lands including the use of all-terrain vehicles and fishing out of season.
An outbreak of graffiti tagging has spoiled the public’s ability to appreciate stories posted on signs so we ask the offenders to please cease and desist and think about other’s enjoyment of this information. Future plans for the Valleys include links to the Waterfront Trail, as well as digital signposts with background on various aspects of the Valley system. The latter will be easily accessible with the use of your cellphone device.
Valleys 2000, abiding by standards defined by DFO (Fisheries and Oceans Canada), MNR (the Ministry of Natural Resources and Forestry), CLOCA (Central Lake Ontario Conservation Authority), and the Municipality, will work exclusively with the Municipality to build a strategic vision to develop, enhance, promote and preserve; trails, river bank improvements, informational signage, fish and wildlife habitat and special natural areas along parts of the Bowmanville and Soper Creek Valleys in any works it undertakes.
Valleys 2000 furthers the development of the hiking trails and the living outdoor activity area within the Bowmanville and Soper Creek Valley, which are river valleys running through the heart of Bowmanville, Ontario.
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