Conservation Halton Parks

Updated March 19, 2022: As you have likely heard, on March 9, 2022, the Province announced it will be removing the mandatory masking requirement in most settings on March 21. Halton Regional Council voted (on March 19) to repeal the Consolidated Mask By-Law 47-20 which means starting Monday, March 21 masks will no longer be required in indoor spaces, or where physical distancing is not possible, at all Conservation Halton parks.

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Rattlesnake Point
Hilton Falls
Mount Nemo
Crawford Lake
Mountsberg
Kelso

 

Rattlesnake Point

A lush tree canopy, bold-faced cliffs, vast protected space, and glacial deposits make Rattlesnake Point one of the most beautiful spots in Ontario. Reservations required.

Hilton Falls

Geocaches, mountain biking, 33.5 km of trails, and of course, the waterfall, Hilton Falls is a beauty to explore at all times of the year. Reservations required.

Mount Nemo

Explore the caves, climb the cliff faces, and enjoy the secluded trails and gorgeous vistas of Mount Nemo. It’s a hiker’s paradise away from the city. Reservations required.

Crawford Lake

A rare meromictic lake, a 15th century reconstructed longhouse village, and over 19 km of trails. Crawford Lake is steeped in science, history, and beauty. Note: Longhouses are open weekends and holidays only Labour D

Robert Edmondson

Robert Edmondson is the best kept secret of Conservation Halton Parks. The trail is perfect for a quiet, peaceful nature walk through the forest and wetlands. Reservations NOT required.

Mountsberg

Mountsberg is the place for those who want fun, outdoor, educational experiences from horse-drawn wagon rides, to meeting nose-to-beak with an owl. Reservations required.

Kelso

What do you call a park that completely changes from a ski hill in the winter to a sports playground in the summer? We call it Kelso.

Glen Eden

Situated on the Niagara Escarpment in Milton, Glen Eden is the premier skiing and boarding destination in the GTA.

Area 8

After more than 20 years of restoration work, our newest park (which was once a quarry) is finally open to the public on weekends.