Woolverton

Recreational Activities Available

Description

The Woolverton Conservation Area is a passive natural area located in the Town of Grimsby. Natural features of a hardwood Sugar Maple forest are conserved on this 18 hectare (46 acres) property, including some of the best examples of escarpment slope, mantled plain and terrace features in Ontario. It provides passive recreational opportunities and is only accessed by the Bruce Trail system. Site activities include bird and wildlife viewing.\

Related Contacts

Furtney, Gregg
Conservation Areas Supervisor
905-562-5235 x.24

Operating Hours
Year round, 8 a.m. to 8 p.m.

Location

  • Trillium

    Trillium

News

Special Statement from the NPCA Chair

Special Statement from the NPCA Chair

I am extremely disappointed in the article published in Postmedia publications on Nov. 21, regarding the alleged improprieties at the Niagara Peninsula Conservation Authority (NPCA).

Niagara’s Thanksgiving Tradition Continues with the 42nd Annual Ball’s Falls Thanksgiving Festival

LINCOLN, ON – October 6, 2016 – Artisans, crafters, and musicians from across the country will descend upon Ball’s Falls Conservation Area this long weekend for the 42nd