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Parkhill Conservation Area

Visit the Scenic Lookout at Parkhill Conservation Area in Parkhill, Ontario, Canada.
Where is it?

Parkhill Conservation Area is located at 32910 Centre Road, Parkhill, Ontario, Canada.

How do I get there?
Driving directions:

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:

Permitted Uses

For permitted (and prohibited) uses, please visit the 'Permitted Uses' web page at this link: