This conservation area was made for weekend adventures!
During our visit to the conservation area we recorded an episode for the Let’s Discover ON webseries:
Driving is definitely recommended as the conservation area is not accessible by public transit. However, if you don’t want to drive, you can try the Parkbus. They provide express bus service to key outdoor destinations in Ontario.
Cost & Availability:
Entry to Albion Hills is only $6.50/adult and FREE for kids 1-14. However, if you have a TRCA Parks Membership, it’s free for up to 6 people and you get discounts on equipment rentals and other fees. The Splashpad at Albion Hills does have a separate fee of $3.75, but again, with a Parks Membership, it’s at a discounted rate.
The conservation area is open year-round, 7 days a week. Depending on what season you plan to be visiting in, you’ll want to check the official TRCA website to see exacly what’s available.
Important things to keep in mind:
Take a picture of the trails map on your phone or camera, you’ll thank me. There’s many hiking/biking/skiing trails and they all intertwine, so it wouldnt hurt to have a handy pocket guide.
Hiking, cycling, fishing, camping in the summer & skiing in the winter!
What you need to try:
Camping for sure! This place is too big, with too many activities to do all in one day.
Spend a weekend and get your fill!
Here’s a quick checklist for your next visit:
As always, please visit the official TRCA Albion Hills CA website to get the latest info before your visit.
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