Hilton Falls

Hilton Falls has everything you need for an adventure, from hiking and biking trails to a stunning waterfall with the ruins of an old mill. There are three trails that were designed for mountain bikers to get their hearts pounding; hikers and runners will get their blood pumping on the Red Oak Trail, and the waterfall is just a short walk on the Hilton Falls Trail. Families, athletes and adventurers come together around the campfire on Beaver Dam Trail. Reservations required.

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9:00am-9:00pm
Monday-Sunday

Forestry crews are currently working to remove Emerald Ash Borer from the trails at Hilton Falls. Sections of the trails might be closed while the crews are working on Monday-Friday from 8:00am-4:00pm. Closure signs will be posted.

4985 Campbellville Road
Milton, ON

Do I need to make a reservation to visit?
Yes, reservations are required to visit Crawford Lake, Rattlesnake Point, Hilton Falls, Mountsberg, Mount Nemo and Kelso. (Reservations are not required to visit Robert Edmondson.) Reservations can be made at parkvisit.ca

Is swimming allowed in the waterfall at Hilton Falls?
No, swimming is not allowed in the waterfall. The pool at the bottom of the waterfall at Hilton Falls is too shallow for swimming and the area around the waterfall is very rocky and slippery. Kelso is the only park where swimming is allowed. Click here for more information about swimming at Conservation Halton Parks.

Is swimming allowed in the reservoir at Hilton Falls?
No, swimming is not allowed in the reservoir at Hilton Falls. 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 reservoir at Hilton Falls?
No, boating is not allowed in the reservoir at Hilton Falls. Fishing at Hilton Falls is permitted only from the shore. Click here for more information about boating at Conservation Halton Parks.

Is fishing allowed in the reservoir at Hilton Falls?
Yes, fishing is allowed in the reservoir, 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.