There are several roads and trails that are suitable for walking. Sturdy footwear and tick repellant are advised. Ticks that carry Lyme disease are endemic in the County and there is Poison Ivy throughout the conservation reserve.

South Shore Joint Initiative volunteers are working on a possible footpath in the new conservation reserve. You can learn more about the footpath and volunteering with our non-profit here.

ATVs and hunting are permitted uses in the conservation reserve. Note that during hunting season, it is a good idea to wear brightly coloured clothes. Find current government information about Ontario hunting season dates here.*

At present, parking is available by the side of roads. Be aware that the roads are not regularly maintained and there are many potholes, large puddles and ruts. Roads within the conservation reserve are not municipal roads and are not regularly maintained.