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Map RecordBRA0131Credit Valley Conservation 1255 Old Derry Rd 
Mississauga, ON L5N 6R4
905-670-1615 Credit Valley Conservation (CVC) is a partnership of the municipalities within the Credit River watershed * community-based environmental organization mandated to ensure the conservation, restoration and responsible management of Ontario's water, land and natural habitats through: watershed based programs * land management & acquisition * environmental planning * conservation area management * education programs * CVC Foundation - dedicated to raising funds to support CVC's environmental initiatives * governed by a Board of Directors whose members are appointed by the councils of member municipalities with representation being based on population of the municipality within the watershed Mon-Fri 8:30 am-4:30 pm Add Record Add Record
Map RecordCAL0145Credit Valley Conservation, Belfountain Conservation Area 10 Credit St 
Belfountain, ON L7K 0E5
Conservation Area 519-927-5838 
CVC Head Office 905-670-1615
Conservation area on 8 hectares. Facilities include hiking, fishing, picnic area, barbecues, washrooms, nature trails, waterfall, suspension bridge, fountain and weddings or wedding photo site. Hours variable depending on time of year * visit website Add Record Add Record
 BRA0064Credit Valley Conservation, Conservation Areas, Mississauga   CVC Head Office 905-670-1615 Conservation areas within City of Mississauga * owned by the Credit Valley Conservation but maintained by municipal partners 
Erindale Park (Dundas St. W. & Mississauga Rd.) – fishing * walking trails * picnic areas * access to the Culham Trail 
JC Saddington (W side of the mouth of the Credit River) – picnic area * fishing 
Lakefront Promenade Park (Lakeshore Rd. & Cawthra Rd.) – walking & biking trails * two marinas * public boat launch access to Lake Ontario * picnic shelters * family playground areas 
Meadowvale Conservation Area (Between Derry Rd. W. bypass & Old Derry Rd., at 2 nd Line W.) - group picnics * fishing * access to Glassford & Culham Trails 
Riverwood Park (1475 Burnhamthorpe Rd. W. at Credit Woodlands) – woodlands * meadows * garden terraces * official home of the Mississauga Garden Council and Visual Arts Mississauga
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Map RecordCAL0406Credit Valley Conservation, Island Lake Conservation Area 673067 Hurontario St S 
Orangeville, ON L9W 2Y9
Conservation Area 1-800-367-0890 
CVC Head Office 905-670-1615
This 332 hectare Conservation Area offers picnic area, boat rentals, group picnicking, fishing in reservoir, nature trails, swimming (wading, sandy beach area), washroom facilities. Cross country skiing, snowshoe trails, skating and ice fishing in winter. Home of Island Lake Rowing Club and summer camps. Hours variable depending on time of year * visit website Add Record Add Record
Map RecordCAL0098Credit Valley Conservation, Ken Whillans Resource Management Area 16026 Hurontario Street 
Caledon, ON L7C 2C5
905-838-0860 This is a 217 acre floodplain with wetlands and natural areas. It is a popular spot for catfish and bass fishing and stocked trout in the two warm water ponds. Small fishing piers available. It also provides access to the Credit River for trout fishing, and to the Trans Canada Trail and the Caledon Trailway for hiking and cycling. Snacks, bait and canoe rentals available. Seasonal hours vary * closed November 30 to last Friday in April * visit website Add Record Add Record
Map RecordBRA0063Credit Valley Conservation, Rattray Marsh Conservation Area 50 Bexhill Rd 
Mississauga, ON L5H 3L1
CVC Head Office 905-670-1615 Conservation area * last remaining lakefront marsh between Toronto and Burlington * interpretive boardwalk with 3 viewing platforms (footpath only) * bird-watching * self-guided nature trails designed to help visitors identify various wildlife * Rattray Marsh Volunteer Work Days throughout the season * large groups are advised to enter through Jack Darling Park (to the east) which has washrooms and picnic facilities (not available in Rattray Marsh) 
Please note: Fishing and cycling are NOT ALLOWED at Rattray Marsh
Open only during daylight hours; no staff on duty Add Record Add Record
Map RecordCAL0588Credit Valley Conservation, Terra Cotta Conservation Area 14452 Winston Churchill Blvd 
Terra Cotta, ON L0P 1N0
Conservation Area 905-877-1120 
CVC Head Office 905-670-1615 
Terra Cotta Conservation Area consists of 508 acres of rugged terrain on the Niagara Escarpment which offers nature trails, picnic area, fishing, birdwatching, cross country skiing, interpretive programs and a visitors centre. Engagement and wedding photography as well as weddings on site. Change seasonally, please check website. Add Record Add Record
Map RecordCAL0859Toronto and Region Conservation Authority, Conservation Parks, Glen Haffy Conservation Area 19245 Airport Rd 
Caledon, ON
Conservation Area (seasonal) 905-584-2922 
TRCA Head Office 416-661-6600 
TRCA Customer Service 416-667-6295
At the crossroads of the Oak Ridges Moraine and Niagara Escarpment, Glen Haffy offers spectacular vistas of rolling hills and green valleys. Glen Haffy is known for its trout fishing ponds, which are stocked regularly from the fish hatcheries located at Glen Haffy. Fishing equipment is available for rent, as well as group picnic sites. There are hiking trails to explore that meander through forested areas.  
Those avid about fly fishing can join the Glen Haffy Flyfishing Club, and receive a key to the park and free access to the facility. Other benefits of joining this club are access to row boats, the log cabin and barbeque. Organized groups are welcome to rent trout ponds. 
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Map RecordBRA0069Toronto and Region Conservation Authority, Heart Lake Conservation Area 10818 Heart Lake Rd 
Brampton, ON
Heart Lake Conservation Area (Seasonal) 905-846-2494 
TRCA 416-661-6600
Conservation area * spring-fed kettle lake * camping * swimming * fishing * canoeing * hiking * boat rentals * picnic areas * playground * for information about camp sites check Hours vary by season. Add Record Add Record
Map RecordBRA0066Toronto and Region Conservation Authority, Indian Line Campground 7625 Finch Ave W 
Brampton, ON L6T 0B2
905-678-1233 Family campground * offers serviced, unserviced and sewer campsites * swimming pool * play area * wireless internet * fishing * swimming * laundry facilities * store * pull-through sites for RVs * 15, 30 & 50 amp service * dumping station   Add Record Add Record
Map RecordCAL0049Toronto and Region Conservation Authority, Parks and Culture, Albion Hills Conservation Area 16500 Hwy 50 
Caledon, ON L7E 3E7
Conservation Area 905-880-0227  
Campground Reservations 905-880-4855  
TRCA Head Office 416-661-6600 
TRCA Customer Service and Picnic Reservations 416-667-6295
This Conservation Area offers the following recreational activities: 
*Cross Country Skiing and Tobogganing - 27 km of groomed, track set cross country trails. Refreshment facilities. Offers trails for beginners, intermediate, expert-level with ski rentals and heated chalet.  
*Camping - Family & group camping. Over 230 campsites most with water and electrical hookups. Nightly, weekly, monthly and seasonal rates.  
*Fishing - angling fee 
*Swimming - The Lakeview Splash water-play facility now open with 4ft deep wading pool with splash pad; 
*Hiking & Bird Watching - 27 km of marked, cut trails;  
*Mountain Biking - 26 km of marked, cut trails.  
*Picnic Area - Picnic tables, large barbecues, and shelters. Group picnic sites can be reserved.  
*Paddle Boat and Canoe Rentals.  
*Banquet Hall and Meeting Room rental - Chalet can be reserved. Can accommodate up to 135 guests. Ideal for weddings, seminars, meetings, workshops.  
EVENT Canada Day Celebration with fireworks, 4:00pm-11:00pm.
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