Parkhill Conservation Area
Where is it?
Parkhill Conservation Area is located at 32910 Centre Road, Parkhill, Ontario, Canada.
How do I get there?
For entrance to the boat launch take McGuffin Hills Drive off County Road #81.
For entrance to nature trails, take Centre Road off County Road # 7.
Also - you may find this Google Map link helpful:
Why should I visit?
Each season brings something new along the nature trails at Parkhill Conservation Area.
The 800-hectare conservation area is the result of efforts to control serious flooding and soil erosion problems downstream.
The Parkhill Dam and reservoir were constructed in 1969 to create a storage area to regulate the water flow of Parkhill Creek.
The recreational opportunities include canoeing, windsurfing, fishing, hiking, snowmobiling and toboganning. Within the conservation area is a campground facility known as the Great Canadian Hideaway:
Call them at 519-294-6333 for camping information or reservations.
A rest area for travellers, known as the Scenic Lookout, is located on County Road # 81, just north of Parkhill.
How can I find out more?
Download the brochure for Parkhill Conservation Area:
For permitted (and prohibited) uses, please visit the 'Permitted Uses' web page at this link: