Albion Hills Conservation Area and Campground

 

Looking for a fun day of outdoor activities, then Albion Hills Conservation Area is the place for you!

Albion Hills is Ontario’s first Conservation Area, and is set in the Caledon Hills on the banks of the Humber River. The 446-hectare park is an outdoor enthusiast’s dream! You can do it all at Albion Hills:

Swim

Camp

Mountain Bike

Fish

Canoe

Bird Watch

Hike

Cross Country Ski

…. And more!

In the summer months, Albion Hills plays host to the Chico 24-Hours of Summer Solstice and the Caledon Canada Day celebrations.

In the winter, our 27 kilometers of skiing trails are groomed for cross country skiers, while skaters take to the lake, and toboggans come flying down the hill. There is no shortage of things to do at Albion Hills.

 

Amenities

 

The park has something for the whole family, including:

Pool and Splash Pad, with Grass Picnic areas, overlooking Albion Lake

Playgrounds for the kids

Sandy beach

Volleyball and badminton courts

Horseshoe pits

Snack bar by the pool and convenience store

in the campground

Boat rentals

 

Albion Hills Campground

 

 

Albion Hills Conservation Area is also home to the Albion Hills Campground. With serviced and un-serviced sites, Albion Hills Campground is the best way to enjoy the park throughout the spring and summer. For more information, please visit our website at

 

www.trcaparks.ca

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Cross Country Skiing

 

 

From late December to late February, enjoy the beauty of Albion Hills Conservation Area on cross country skis. Ski through the pristine wilderness while taking in the breathtaking views. For more information, please visit our website at

 

www.trcaparks.ca.