Cyclists stop at Backus Heritage Village

Long Point Region conservation areas offer plenty of ways to enjoy the outdoors:  camping, fishing, hiking, canoeing and swimming, to name a few.  Spending time in nature has many health benefits and is a great way to energize your body and mind!  View our "Explorer" flyer for a glimpse of what LPRCA's park offer.

Long Point Region Conservation Authority owns more than 10,930 acres (4,425 ha) of conservation lands, including 5 parks that attract thousands of visitors each year, trails, a National Historic Site, more than 650 campsites and places to enjoy nature or have a picnic.   In addition to these parks, LPRCA offers other conservation lands with limited facilities, but with unlimited opportunities for nature enjoyment.

This network of conservation lands helps protect natural features within the watershed while making a range of recreational activities and outdoor spaces available for people to enjoy.

Click on any of the conservation areas in the side bar menu or the map below for more information.