Nearby Activities

The Bruce Trail

Entrance to the Bruce Trail is available off of 2nd line about 80 metres from the Ranger’s house on the East side of the property.  A second entry point is also available off of Hockley Road – about a half km away.

Island Lake Conservation Area – Credit Valley Conservation Authority (10km-14minutes)

Island Lake has Canoeing, Kyaking, Windsurfing along 18 km of shoreline, Hiking/Cycling Trails, Fishing including Ice-fishing in the winter.  Equipment rentals are available.  To get to Island Lake entrance (10 km away) you need to go to the south side of Island Lake which is the furthest away from us but it may offer the particular activities you would like to do.

Mono Cliffs Provincial Park (18.2km-19minutes)

Mono Cliffs is a 750 hectare park containing a significant section of the Niagara Escarpment (6 km of the Bruce Trail and a half dozen other trails with their own features), including crevice caves, an upland limestone plain, and talus slopes.  The park features two prominent masses of rock, separated by erosion from the main rock body.  Great scenery, lots of different vegetation and birds.

Glen Haffy Conservation Area –Toronto Area Conservation Authority (16.6km-21minutes)

Glen Haffy’s hiking trails and vistas offer some of the most panoramic views in southern Ontario. It is home to a trout pond stocked with rainbow trout and also home to a fish hatchery.

Canada’s Wonderland (65km-51minutes)

Thrill rides and lots of other things to see and do.  See