Albion Hills Conservation Area

Albion Hills Conservation Area

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Albion Hills Conservation Area

Set on the banks of the Humber River, Albion Hills offers dramatic scenery, exciting activities and excellent facilities -- only 40 minutes from Toronto!

This Conservation Area is the outdoor enthusiast's dream.  With exceptional amenities and a great campground, take your time, unplug, reconnect and enjoy all that Albion Hills has to offer. 

  • Enjoy fishing, mountain biking, hiking, picnicing, camping and more!
  • Swim in the pool or watch the kids have a blast at the interactive splash pad overlooking Lake Albion.
  • Outdoor fun continues through the winter months with tobogganing, cross-country skiing, snowshoeing and the popular fat biking, on beautifully groomed trails - rent on site or bring your own.

Winter Amenties:

  • Amenities available as snow conditions permit - check Albion Hills Conservation Area web page for information and links to snow conditions.
  • Snow/Fat Biking on the Black Trail at Albion Hills Conservation Area. Please note that there is a limited number of bikes available. Helmets required.
  • Cross-country Skiing - 26 kilometres of groomed and track-set trails suited to beginner, intermediate and expert level skiers (trail fees apply).
    • Discounts are available on ski packages for groups of 20 or more by reservation only Monday through Friday.
    • Skating technique is available on the Black Trail.
    • Equipment rentals are available along with waxes and other supplies.
  • There is a heated chalet and a cafe for your convenience.
  • Tobogganing, snowshoeing and ice skating are also available as conditions permit.

Winter Rentals available: Cross-country Skis, Snow/Fat Bikes, Snowshoes

 

Camping/RV Amenities (April - October):

  • 234 serviced and unserviced sites and pull-through sites for RVs
  • Electrical services and dumping stations 
  • Trailer rentals
  • Campground store, washrooms, showers, fire pits,  children's play Areas and wireless internet in the Chalet

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