Robert Edmondson is the smallest of the Conservation Halton Parks, but it’s perfect for when you need to escape the hustle and bustle. There is only one trail at Robert Edmondson and it’s short, but it winds around the pond, through the woods and over the marsh, so there is still lots to admire along the way. Best of all, this park doesn’t get crowded. If you’re lucky, you might have the whole park to yourself.
Reservations are not required but are recommended. If you book online, you can reserve your spot and save money on gate fees. Click below to reserve now.
Experiences at Robert Edmondson
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Do I need to make a reservation to visit?
No, reservations are not required to visit Conservation Halton Parks, however they are recommended. By booking in advance, you can guarantee your spot and save on gate fees. Reservations can be made at parkvisit.ca.
Is swimming allowed in the pond at Robert Edmondson?
No, swimming is not allowed in the pond at Robert Edmondson. Kelso is the only park where swimming is allowed. Click here for more information about swimming at Conservation Halton Parks.
Is boating allowed in the pond at Robert Edmondson?
No, boating is not allowed in the pond at Robert Edmondson. Fishing at Robert Edmondson is permitted only from the shore. Click here for more information about boating at Conservation Halton Parks.
Is fishing allowed in the reservoir at Robert Edmondson?
Yes, fishing is allowed in the pond at Robert Edmondson, but only from the shore. Also, please note that live bait is not permitted. Click here for more information about fishing at Conservation Halton Parks.