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Conservation Areas

Across Ontario, you’ll find more than 300 Conservation Areas just waiting to be explored! Search by Activities, Amenities, Facilities, or Attractions. There’s something for everyone!

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Ganaraska Forest Centre

Ganaraska Forest

Oak Ridges Moraine, first Canadian watershed to be studied, 11,000 acre multi-use forest and facility

Ganaraska Millennium

Ganaraska Millennium

Ganaraska River, wetland, hiking trail

Gannons Narrows

Gannon’s Narrows

Located along the shoreline where Pigeon and Buckhorn Lakes connect, offering hiking trails and fishing opportunities

Garden Hill

Garden Hill

Eastern headwaters of Ganaraska River, Oak Ridges Moraine, spring fed pond

Gillies Lake

Gillies Lake

Large urban lake, parkland, trails, beach, marshlands

Glen Haffy Conservation Park

Glen Haffy

Stocked trout ponds, tackle, no fishing license required, niagara escarpment, Bruce Trail

Glen Miller Conservation Area

Glen Miller

Access to Trent River shoreline, boat launch



Natural area, old growth cedars, Mad river

Goodrich Loomis Conservation Area


Cold water stream, prairie remnants, oak savannah, bluebird population

Gord Harry Trail

Gord Harry Trail

See an abundance of birds and small mammals throughout the wooded areas, open fields and quarry...

Gould Lake Conservation Area

Gould Lake

Rugged Canadian Shield, old mica mines, small lake for canoeing and fishing, Rideau Trail

Gray's Creek Conservation Area

Gray’s Creek Conservation Area

Located east of Cornwall, Grays’ Creek Conservation Area & Marina Complex offers over 43 hectares of...