The 11,000 acre Ganaraska Forest is one of the largest blocks of forested land in southern Ontario. Today the forest is a living example of how the principles of integrated resource management can be used to balance many different uses of forested lands o ...
The newest conservation area in the Ganaraska watershed, located behind the Authority administrative office in Port Hope, provides residents and visitors with a natural respite in which to walk, picnic and enjoy the natural environment. Approximately two ...
The first conservation area owned and managed by Ganaraska Region Conservation Authority, the Garden Hill Conservation Area offers a beautiful pond, where you can spot many different species of birds and other wildlife and is a great place for a picnic.
The woodland trails found in the Port Hope Conservation Area take visitors along the Ganaraska River and are rich in plant life and great for a picturesque stroll or nature photography. Not only a great place to relax and enjoy a picnic by the water, but ...
Rice Lake Conservation Area has plenty of space and beautiful spots to explore. Visit this passive and naturalized area to enjoy your favorite activities such as photography, fishing, nature study, bird watching and discovering wildlife in various habitat ...
Richardson's Lookout is a must see. A platform provides a panoramic view of the headwaters of the Ganaraska River and the Ganaraska Forest.
You can picnic by the creek or try your luck at fishing while visiting Sylvan Glen Conservation Area. A gauging station is located at this site to help warn of high water levels before they reach Port Hope.