Established in 1995 by the Province of Ontario, the park consists of 50 square kilometres (12356 acres) of parkland, in Toronto, Pickering, Markham and Stouffville. The park protects 12% of the Rouge River watershed, with park lands also protecting small parts of the Petticoat Creek and Duffins Creek watersheds, to the East. The Rouge River remains the healthiest river that flows through Toronto.
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korbee (6295) 2012-05-05 8:40
personally I would say it can be a little darker:],but still,..its a beauty,the infalling light into the forrest is always interes ting to see.