Terra Cotta: Area #1 Wetland Pavilion
$250 / capacity 50

Open grassy area with a 40ft by 65ft open pavilion. Limited shade available, other than the pavilion. Located near Visitors Welcome Centre, washrooms, parking and trails. Tables placed to suit group needs, suitable for up to 150 people seated inside, 200 guests on site. Use of speaker system and charcoal BBQ included, bring your own charcoal or purchase on site (charcoal is available for purchase at the Visitors Welcome Centre). Hydro included (1 outlet).

Additional Rentals: $40 for microphone (Additional $400 deposit required)
*Please note Terra Cotta has a strict noise bylaw and outside sound devices are not allowed

Please call 1.800.367.0890 to reserve a picnic site within one week of event date. Bookings not accepted within 72 hours from event date.

Island Lake: Area #2 Oak Canopy Pavilion
$150 / capacity 50

A 24ft by 50ft enclosed pavilion, with running water and hydro, located on a large grassy area dappled with mature oak trees. Parking, washrooms, volleyball court, and trails close by. Tables placed to suit group needs, pavilion holds 75 seated, while the area can hold up to 200 guests. Includes rental of large charcoal BBQ (charcoal not included).

Please call 1.800.367.0890 to reserve a picnic site within one week of event date. Bookings not accepted within 72 hours from event date.

Petticoat Creek: Pleasant Point
$500 / capacity 25

Petticoat Creek Conservation Park is located on the north shore of Lake Ontario, at the mouth of Petticoat Creek. Visitors can enjoy incredible views of Lake Ontario from the top of the bluffs. The park features a new 4,100 square-metre aquatic facility that includes a swimming pool, splash pools, and an interactive splash pad. It also offers BBQ and group picnic areas, large open grass fields, and is part of the 730 km Waterfront Trail that extends from Niagara-on-the-Lake to the Ontario-Quebec border.

Heart Lake Conservation Park General Admission

Toddler (3 yrs and younger): Free | Child (4 – 13 yrs): $4.50 | Adult (14 – 64 yrs): $7.50 | Senior (65+): $6.50 | Student (with valid school ID): $6.50

Petticoat Creek: Bella Vista
$500 / capacity 25

Petticoat Creek Conservation Park is located on the north shore of Lake Ontario, at the mouth of Petticoat Creek. Visitors can enjoy incredible views of Lake Ontario from the top of the bluffs. The park features a new 4,100 square-metre aquatic facility that includes a swimming pool, splash pools, and an interactive splash pad. It also offers BBQ and group picnic areas, large open grass fields, and is part of the 730 km Waterfront Trail that extends from Niagara-on-the-Lake to the Ontario-Quebec border.

Heart Lake Conservation Park General Admission

Toddler (3 yrs and younger): Free | Child (4 – 13 yrs): $4.50 | Adult (14 – 64 yrs): $7.50 | Senior (65+): $6.50 | Student (with valid school ID): $6.50

Petticoat Creek: Lakeview
$500 / capacity 25

Petticoat Creek Conservation Park is located on the north shore of Lake Ontario, at the mouth of Petticoat Creek. Visitors can enjoy incredible views of Lake Ontario from the top of the bluffs. The park features a new 4,100 square-metre aquatic facility that includes a swimming pool, splash pools, and an interactive splash pad. It also offers BBQ and group picnic areas, large open grass fields, and is part of the 730 km Waterfront Trail that extends from Niagara-on-the-Lake to the Ontario-Quebec border.

Heart Lake Conservation Park General Admission

Toddler (3 yrs and younger): Free | Child (4 – 13 yrs): $4.50 | Adult (14 – 64 yrs): $7.50 | Senior (65+): $6.50 | Student (with valid school ID): $6.50

Heart Lake: Birchview
$500 / capacity 25

With 10 picnic sites located throughout, Heart Lake Conservation Park can easily accommodate groups, both large and small. Our friendly customer service representatives will help you determine the best site for your group and will even set you up with caterers, tent rental and entertainment companies.

Heart Lake Conservation Park General Admission

Toddler (3 yrs and younger): Free | Child (4 – 13 yrs): $4.50 | Adult (14 – 64 yrs): $7.50 | Senior (65+): $6.50 | Student (with valid school ID): $6.50

Glen Haffy: Ridgeview
$155 / capacity 25

Find tranquility at Glen Haffy Conservation Park. Fish at ponds stocked with rainbow trout, or hike serene trails through mature forests that wind along the Niagara Escarpment and Oak Ridges Moraine. With three large picnic areas, two with shelters, Glen Haffy can easily accommodate groups both large and small.

Glen Haffy Conservation Park General Admission

Toddler (3 yrs and younger): Free | Child (4 – 13 yrs): $4.50 | Adult (14 – 64 yrs): $6.50 | Senior (65+): $5.50 | Student (with valid school ID): $5.50

Glen Haffy: Forest View
$155 / capacity 25

Find tranquility at Glen Haffy Conservation Park. Fish at ponds stocked with rainbow trout, or hike serene trails through mature forests that wind along the Niagara Escarpment and Oak Ridges Moraine. With three large picnic areas, two with shelters, Glen Haffy can easily accommodate groups both large and small.

Glen Haffy Conservation Park General Admission

Toddler (3 yrs and younger): Free | Child (4 – 13 yrs): $4.50 | Adult (14 – 64 yrs): $6.50 | Senior (65+): $5.50 | Student (with valid school ID): $5.50

Bruce’s Mill: Maple Grove 1
$385 / capacity 25

Conveniently located off Highway 404, Bruce’s Mill Conservation Park is a popular destination for residents of the City of Toronto and York Region. Whether you are looking for some great sports fields, a nice hike, a nice picnic spot or a place to relax and take in the birds and nature, this is a great place to visit!

Bruce’s Mill Conservation Park General Admission

Toddler (3 yrs and younger): Free | Child (4 – 13 yrs): $4.50 | Adult (14 – 64 yrs): $7.00 | Senior (65+): $6.00 | Student (with valid school ID): $6.00

Boyd: Roadside
$500 / capacity 25

Boyd Conservation Park, located in the City of Vaughan along the picturesque Humber River Valley, offers wonderful activities and experiences. The steep-sided Humber River Valley and tall trees provide a quiet refuge where you can relax and enjoy the outdoors. Opened in 1957, Boyd Conservation Park is TRCA’s most popular picnic destination.

Boyd Conservation Park General Admission

Toddler (3 yrs and younger): Free | Child (4 – 13 yrs): $4.50 | Adult (14 – 64 yrs): $6.50 | Senior (65+): $5.50 | Student (with valid school ID): $5.50