The smallest of Halton Parks is a tidy hideaway from the busy crowds at Rattlesnake Point and Mountsberg. Come to Robert Edmondson to get away from it all, for peaceful reflection among the marsh marigolds and the forest. You’ll enjoy packing a picnic basket and watching the clouds reflected in the reservoir.
Spring/Summer at Robert Edmondson
Robert Edmondson is a hidden gem in Halton Region, and the newest to join our family of parks. Pack a picnic and enjoy the park in the spring and summer months. The two kilometres of trails weaves through forest and wetlands. You’ll see marsh marigolds lighting up the park. Bring your canoe for a peaceful paddle in the reservoir. Resident anglers will catch fish like common carp and the creek chub. Bring your family to the Family Fishing Derby in the summer. Create memories when you snag the big catch together.
Fall at Robert Edmondson
The crowds are filling up the trails in the other Halton Parks, but Robert Edmondson is our best kept secret to see the fall colours. Pack a picnic, and bring the family for a quiet day in nature. Walk around the boardwalk with your favourite four-legged furry friend and enjoy the reflection of the fall colours on the reservoir.
Winter at Robert Edmondson
The winter is beautiful in Robert Edmondson Conservation Area. The water freezes over, and the snow coats the tree branches. Shutterbugs, fire up your cameras for sparkling winter pictures in the snow. Hike around the reservoir for a quiet, peaceful winter walk in nature.
Fall Into Nature
Spectacular scenery, fall colours, and an array of activities at Fall into Nature.
Fall into Nature takes place over (October 1–2) and the following weekend (October 8–10). Festival events run at all seven of Conservation Halton’s main parks: Crawford Lake, Rattlesnake Point, Hilton Falls, Kelso, Mountsberg, Mount Nemo, and Robert Edmondson.Learn More
Away from the crowds, Robert Edmondson reservoir is a retreat from real life. Enjoy a quiet stroll on the boardwalk around the reservoir.