Historic Sight Seeing

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

Check out our Visitor Protocols prior to your arrival.

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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PLEASE NOTE: Black Creek Pioneer Village and Kortright Centre for Conservation reopen to the general public on Saturday August 8, 2020.


TRCA’s properties offer unique opportunities to explore how our ancestors’ connection with the natural world shaped their lives and communities.

The history of the Toronto region is, in many ways, defined by the relationship between its early residents and the lands and waters that constituted the lifeblood of their settlements.

Today, Toronto and Region Conservation maintains a number of locations where visitors can learn how our natural and cultural heritages intertwine:

See our Parks section for seasonal hours of operation.

Historic sight seeing at Bruce's Mill Conservation Park

Find Historic Sight Seeing at these Locations