The steep, forested slopes of Green’s Creek and the narrow clay-based flood plain provide an important wildlife corridor. This corridor extends south from the Ottawa River to inland habitats, and crosses developed agricultural and urban lands. The creek also supports a wide variety of provincially and regionally rare species, including probably the largest Canadian population of the rare cattail sedge.
The area contains 5.5 kilometres of trails for hiking, cross-country skiing, and snowshoeing. The Greenbelt Pathway offers 4.6 kilometres for cycling and in-line skating, and connects to the Ottawa River Pathway. In winter, the toboggan hill provides fun for the whole family.
Free, year-round parking is available at the P25 and P26 parking lots.
The Greenbelt Pathway East is universally accessible.