Explore Conservation Halton’s 7 parks during the lockdown with family with safety measures in effect and prior bookings.

You can buy an annual pass to explore any conservation areas and let loose yourself in the wild. It's the best thing to spend some time with your children and the loved ones.

Explore Conservation Halton’s 7 parks during the lockdown with family with safety measures in effect and prior bookings.

Escape the hustle and bustle of city life and visitHalton Hillsto experience Nature's legacy.Conservation Haltonis a treasure-filled destination with waterfalls, valleys, rivers, lakes, mountains, scenic landscapes and viewpoints, reservoirs, rich wildlife, and natural wonders.

You can explore any of the seven parks under the umbrella of Conservation Halton. Only 50 km from Toronto, Conservation Halton opens the doors to a perfect weekend getaway in all four seasons. Watch the flowers bloom and breathe the moist soil with new upcoming roots, hear the birds singing and walk for miles. Take a plunge during summers, have a picnic with friends and family, enjoy fishing, lose yourself in the green forests, soothe your eyes with heavenly waterfalls or chase each other in the wilderness, bring your fur babies.

Explore the autumn season to experience the polychromatic landscape. As winter comes, bring your best winter boots out and board the car with your family for a fun winter hike; let yourself lose the breath on those hills, adore the frozen water bodies, and release your stress while meditating with Nature. Prepare yourself to sweat those adrenaline glands as you ski from the mountains. Get up early to manifest with the rising sun or stay late to confront the setting sun.

Canada is a country with abundant natural resources, substantial vegetation, and freshwater lakes. It seems like, from coast to coast to coast, Canada is curated and handcrafted by Mother Earth. Every province has its unique identity; we live in Ontario, home to the largest freshwater lakes in Canada, Lake Ontario, and Lake Superior, holding 7.8% of the total national freshwater, Canada's biggest lake. Apart from the lakes, Canada has preserved the resources for the upcoming generations.Conservation Halton, near Milton, Ontario, is one of the examples to prove it right.

Kelso Conservation Area:- Kelso Conservation Area offers three different experiences; Kelso Summit, Kelso Snowshoeing, and Kelso Main Entrance. Kelso Summit entrance opens doors to hike on the mountains and the scenic views. Enjoy gondola rides, ski, snowboarding, and snowshoeing through the Kelso Snowshoeing entrance. Kelso's main entrance is the gateway to the beach, canoeing and challenge courses, picnics, and much more.

Glen Eden:-Vastly popular Ski destination in Ontario is a haven in the winter season. Enjoy the serenity from chairlift, rent ski equipment, and snowshoeing kits by the office, and get the adrenaline rushing. Unfortunately, Covid has hampered the ski season, but you can still enjoy snowshoeing by reserving your spot and rentals on the Conservation Halton website.

Crawford Lake Conservation:-Crawford lake is home to historical landmarks that showcase the ancestral houses of the Iroquoian tribe, reservoir, boardwalks, and many trails. Elementary Schools often visit Crawford Lake for social studies lessons. A trail connects Crawford Lake to Rattlesnake Park, making it a challenging but intriguing course.

Mount Nemo Conservation:- Mount Nemo is one of the highest mountains in Niagara Escarpment, provides fabulous country views, wildlife, and rugged hiking trails, caves, and caverns. Mount Nemo sits between Burlington and Hamilton, a stunning location in all seasons.

MountsBerg Conservation:-For some reason, Mountsberg is one of the busiest destinations among all parks throughout the year. Raptors center with horses, petting zoo, long hiking trails through, reservoir and rivers for fishing make it a demanding destination. Mountsberg hosts Winterlude every year during Christmas, an event full of children and family activities and a special visit from Santa Claus and Mrs. Claus.

Rattlesnake Conservation:-Discover fossils, experience scenic viewpoints, rock climbing, rugged landscape, and forget about work-related stress. Rattlesnake park is fantastic in any season if you decide to come with the family or chose to join friends on a hike.

Hilton Falls:-Hike to over 33.5 km of trails, attempt mount biking, explore the rugged landscapes and discover the majestic waterfall amongst the mountains in Hilton Falls. Don't forget to bring bird food for Chickadees.

Robert Edmondson:-This is the new park to join the Conservation Halton portfolio; you can breathe the marsh marigolds and the fresh breeze in the forest. Pack a picnic basket and sit by the reservoir and blend in Nature.

Note: reservations are not required to visit Robert Edmondson.

Conservation Halton maintains all the above parks in all seasons and fortunately has kept the doors open during the most tragic Covid times. You can buy an annual pass to explore any conservation areas and let loose yourself in the wild. It's the best thing to spend some time with your children and the loved ones.

Covid protocols and guidelines are in place, and members of only one household are permitted for a 2-hour visit to the park to keep everyone safe.

Log on to Conservation Halton Website for bookings and Reservations: -https://conservationhalton.ca/parks

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