Join Niagara Peninsula Conservation Foundation (NPCF),
Binbrook is home to the Lake Niapenco reservoir, the largest inland lake in the Niagara Watershed.
Well known as a “hot spot” for fishing, Binbrook Conservation Area also plays host to annual fishing derbies. Other facilities that can be found at Binbrook include a swimming beach, children’s splash pad, picnic facilities, nature trails, observation platforms and a play area. It resembles cottage country, and the impressive part is, it’s close to home!
Bring or rent a rowboat, paddle boat or canoe, and experience scenic Binbrook from the water. Canoe along the tranquil shores of one of the few inland lakes located within the Niagara Peninsula Conservation Authority’s watershed.
Special Event Closures: Please be advised that Binbrook Conservation Area will be closed to the general public, including annual season pass holders, on June 2 & 3, and September 15 & 16.
|Car & Driver||$7.00|
|Bus (over 20)||$130.00|
|Open Air Picnic Area||$62.50|
|Row Boat/Canoe Rental||External|
|Kayak/Double Kayak Rental||External|
|$25/mo or $300/yr|
Fish in Lake Niapenco for northern pike, walleye, largemouth bass, smallmouth bass, white and black crappie, yellow perch, pumpkinseed, rock bass, brown bullhead, and carp. This area features a boat launch and a wheelchair user accessible fishing pier. Many fishing derbies are held each year including our Annual Ice Fishing Derby (scheduled for Sunday, February 11, 2018, dependent on ice conditions) and Annual Spring Fishing Derby.
Regular 2018 day admission fees will apply. Provincial fishing regulations are in full effect. A catch and release policy are presently in effect for walleye (pickerel), northern pike, and bass. This system will help develop a sustainable fish population in the reservoir.
Please note the following:
A controlled waterfowl hunt starts at the end of September and runs on Mondays and Saturdays until the second week in December, from 5 AM to 1 PM. Ten hunting blinds are available (lottery draw for first two weeks of the season). Contact Binbrook Conservation Area or the Niagara Peninsula Conservation Authority for details.
Complete and return this lottery draw form for the 2018 season.
We are proud to introduce our new Boarder Pass Wakeboarding attraction to our Binbrook Conservation Area. Boarder Pass Canada is a two-tower cable wakeboarding system that provides you with the ultimate wakeboarding experience. There is fun for everyone from the young to the young at heart for both beginners to experienced levels. Don’t miss out! Be a part of the excitement and get out and enjoy this fun and unique aqua attraction! For more information, please visit Boarder Pass Canada website at http://www.boarderpasscanada.com/ or call Binbrook Conservation Area at 905-692-3228 for more details.
Park Entrance Fee does not include Boarder Pass Wakeboarding. Park Entrance Fee includes parking, access to the water, picnic area and splash pad.
Staycation Rentals at Binbrook Conservation areas offers visitors with more options to get active in watersports. Based on availability, Staycation Rentals will be offering stand-up paddle boarding, kayaks, canoes, kayak turbo tubes, custom beach spots, yoga, and much more. For details on what Staycation Rentals has to offer, visit their website.
Park Entrance Fee does not include Burlington Beach Rentals. Park Entrance Fee includes parking, access to the water, picnic area and splash pad.
Binbrook Conservation Area is excited to welcome Fun Splash Sports Park this summer! The FunSplash offers a new experience and a new challenge, for guest over 6 years of age. It is an opportunity to physically and mentaly challenge yourself in a friendly and safe outdoor environment. The FunSplash encourages teamwork and problem solving while promoting overall health and welness! It's the ultimate playground!
Fun Splash SPorts Park will be open to the public as of Saturday, June 16, 2018. Come splash, climb, jump, swing, bounce, crawl, hang, slide, and fall with us! To purchase your pass, visit the kiosk on site!
Binbrook Conservation Area is home to a great splash pad, which was installed in the summer of 2017.
With support through the Canada 150 Community Infrastructure Program/Avec l’appui du Programme d’infrastructure communautaire de Canada 150.
For more information about beach closures go to https://www.hamilton.ca/parks-recreation/parks-trails-and-beaches/beach-water-quality-in-hamilton
Visit the Hunters & Anglers page for details and restrictions
Binbrook is a dog-friendly park. However, dogs must be on-leash at all times.
Ice Fishing will be open as of Monday, January 8, 2018 as long as ice measurement is 6 inches minimum.
Ice conditions can be very unpredictable so please call for latest information or contact us via social media @NPCA_Ontario.
Glanbrook Conservation Committee and NPCA work to restore fish habitat.
To protect the public from the risk of fire