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Conservation Halton

Conservation Halton was established more than 60 years ago to protect our communities from flooding and erosion but we have grown to become so much more. Today, it is our responsibility to prepare our communities for the impacts of climate change, support our partners in creating more sustainable communities, manage our natural areas and resources within the watershed, monitor and enhance the environmental health of our watershed and create opportunities to connect with nature through recreation and education. Here at Conservation Halton, you will find foresters, ecologists, engineers, planners, educators and other staff members. Together, we are working to ensure a healthy watershed with clean streams, abundant forests and natural habitats that are in balance with our growing communities and engaged residents.


Protect people from natural hazards, conserve nature and provide opportunities for outdoor recreation and education across our watershed.


A green, resilient, connected tomorrow.


  • Kelso
  • MountsbergArea 8
  • Crawford Lake
  • Mountsberg
  • Hilton Falls
  • Mount Nemo
  • Rattlesnake Point
  • Robert Edmondson


  • Birding
  • Boating
  • Camping
  • Cross Country
  • Disc Golf
  • Dog Walking
  • Fishing
  • Geocaching
  • Hiking
  • Horseback Riding
  • Mountain Biking
  • Photography
  • Picnicking
  • Rock Climbing
  • Snowshoeing
  • Swimming

Membership Rates & Gate Fees

Safety & Risk Awareness

The information contained in the Safety and Awareness section is intended to inform you of the risks, dangers and hazards that you may encounter at the parks and to help you to stay safe while enjoying these activities. Please take the time to familiarize yourself with the Safety and Awareness information.

It’s important to remember that our conservation areas are natural spaces, and safety should always be top of mind when venturing outdoors.

Trails are natural and may be uneven and slippery
Stay on marked trails
Prepare for how the weather might affect your visit
Beware of high cliffs and do not venture too close to the edge
Dogs must be kept on a 2-meter (6-foot) or shorter leash and under control at all times
Please visit the park specific pages for a list of the permitted activities


Varies by Location.
Call 905-336-1158 for complete details.

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