Hiking

Toronto and Region Conservation Authority (TRCA) conservation parks are open!

Check out our Visitor Protocols prior to your arrival.

Washrooms are available. However, pools and playgrounds remain closed until further notice

Wearing a mask or a face covering is required in indoor TRCA facilities as per municipal by-laws. All visitors entering an indoor premise are required to wear a mask or face covering while inside. Please arrive prepared with a mask or face covering.

Prior to coming to a campground or conservation park, every visitor must do the Ontario Ministry of Health self-assessment for COVID-19. If they do not pass the assessment, they should not visit the park.

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Go hiking through the natural woodland trails of our parks — each one offering unique and exciting adventures. Catch a glimpse of natural wildlife, admire the beautiful flora and fauna and take in the beauty of the changing seasons.

 


If you are new to hiking, consider yourself an avid hiker, or perhaps you have never been hiking; we invite you to take our Trail User Survey (link below). The information collected will help us create improved trail experiences for all users.

older couple hiking at TRCA conservation park

Whether it’s an afternoon nature walk or something a little more challenging, TRCA parks have what you’re looking for. Experience the rolling hills of Caledon and the beautiful Humber River at Albion Hills Conservation Park. Discover the crossroads of the Niagara Escarpment and the Oak Ridges Moraine at Glen Haffy Conservation Park. Stroll the boardwalk through the marsh at Kortright Centre for Conservation, or take in the spectacular view of the bluffs at Petticoat Creek Conservation Park. And that’s just the beginning!

See our Parks section for seasonal hours of operation.

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