How many conservation parks are in Halton?

How many conservation parks are in Halton?

seven conservation parks
Parks. The authority operates seven conservation parks year-round, most with full-time staff. These seven parks are all located in the Halton region.

Are Halton Conservation Areas open?

Are your parks open? All of our parks are open, using a simple reservation system.

What is the only Halton Conservation Area designed for snowboarding tubing and downhill skiing?

Kelso / Glen Eden Conservation Area With the stunning Niagara Escarpment as a backdrop, Kelso Conservation Area in Milton is a mecca for outdoor enthusiasts. Activities span all four seasons, including great downhill skiing, snowboarding, tubing and a learning centre at Glen Eden.

Do you need a reservation for Mount Nemo?

Note: Reservations are now required before your visit – book at parkvisit.ca. Mount Nemo is a favourite among hikers in Halton Parks. Away from the crowds and the hustle bustle of the city, Mount Nemo is a peaceful sanctuary for nature walks.

Who owns Conservation Halton?

As an agency established under the Conservation Authorities Act of Ontario, Conservation Halton forms a partnership with the Province of Ontario and the Regional Municipalities of Halton and Peel, the City of Hamilton and Puslinch Township.

Is Kelso park free?

Book under Kelso Main Entrance. Cost to add beach access is $6 per person. Visit duration times may be extended depending on capacity.

Is Rattlesnake Point still open?

Crawford Lake, Hilton Falls, Rattlesnake Point, Mount Nemo, Kelso and Mountsberg are open to members and the public for hiking and biking by pre-reserved visits only at parkvisit.ca.

Can you tube at Glen Eden?

Experience the Niagara Escarpment on our 12 slopes, terrain park and snow tube chutes! From beginner to expert, from skier to boarder to snow tuber – we offer skiing, boarding and snow tubing fun! …

Why is it called Rattlesnake Point?

Rattlesnake Point receives its name from the snake-like path cut by glaciers along the edges of the Niagara Escarpment, rather than from the Massassauga Rattlesnake.

How long is the walk to Hilton Falls?

Hilton Falls Trail is a 2.5 mile heavily trafficked loop trail located near Milton, Ontario, Canada that features a lake and is good for all skill levels. The trail offers a number of activity options and is best used from April until October.

Can you hike at Kelso summit?

Spring/Summer at Kelso The snow melts and Kelso Conservation Area transforms from a ski and snowboarding locale into a labyrinth of mountain biking and hiking trails. Cyclists love the variety of trails up and down on the escarpment. If you love the water, the reservoir is open for swimming and boating in the summer.

Can you swim at Kelso Conservation Area?

The beach at Kelso has a designated swimming area that is lifeguard supervised during reservation times. Part of a 35-hectare lake, there is plenty of space to splash around with the kids, set up beach chairs, sunbathe on the sand, and play a game of beach volleyball.