Albion Hills Conservation Area

Albion Hills Conservation Park is all about adventures with experiences designed to engage you from hiking and mountain biking through the woods, to enjoying a picnic or camping along the riverside. Visitors can spend an afternoon, or an entire weekend!

Park amenities include:

• Accessible Facilities
• Swimming at Lakeview Splash
• 50 km of trails
• Picnic Sites
• Camping
• Summer Fat Bike Rentals
• Winter Cross Country Skiing
• Children's Play Areas
• Outdoor Basketball court
• Facilities for Private Functions
• Free WiFi in select areas
• Washrooms

Park activities include

• Bird watching
• Cross Country skiing
• Geocaching
• Hiking (download Summer and Winter Trail maps from their website)
• Mountain Biking/Cycling
• Picnics
• Playgrounds

One of the main attractions at Albion Hills is swimming at Lakeview Splash which features a fully accessible 440 sq metre wading pool (4 feet deep) with a 125 sq metre interactive splash pad. This water park provides clean and safe water fun for kids all ages. The wetland themed water feature includes state-of-the-art water conservation technology and is located in natural wilderness surroundings. There's a Snack Bar with hot food, cold drinks and snacks, along with Free WiFi at the Snack bar and around Pool Deck.

Host a picnic at the park! With 11 picnic sites located throughout the site, Albion Hills Conservation Park can easily accommodate groups, both large and small. Contact the park staff to help you determine the best site for your group. They will even set you up with caterers, tent rental and entertainment companies. For more information, visit

Don't miss the Caledon Canada Day Celebrations held every July 1 at the park. With a wide array of activities for everyone to take part in, this is a birthday bash you won’t soon forget. The event is jam-packed full of fun for the whole family. As the sun goes down, the party really heats up at fireworks light up the night sky at 10 p.m. Admission is free. Find out more here.

Albion Hills general day admission ranges from $3.53 - $5.75 per day and you'll also need to pay a small fee get into the Lakeview Splash area.

Albion Hills is open year-round. Find out more at

Albion Hils Conservation Area is located at 16500 Regional Road 50, Caledon, ON L7E 3E7.

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