Binbrook

905-692-3228

5050 Harrison Road Binbrook, Ontario L0R 1C0

binbrook@npca.ca

Operating Season: May 1 to Thanksgiving Monday

Hours: 8am to 8pm

Monday to Sunday

Open from Jan-Mar for ice fishing, ice conditions permitting. Please contact the park for updates on ice conditions.
 

Beach Water Conditions

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Fees

Adult - $8.00
Senior/Student - $6.00
Max Car - $24.00
Bus (Over 20) - $135.00
Picnic Pavillion - $135.00
Open Air Picnic Area - $73.45
Kayak Storage - $25/mo
BBQ Rental - $40/day
Ice Fishing Hut Weekday - $30.00
Ice Fishing Hut Weekend Day/Holiday - $60.00
Parking
Weddings
Picnic
Sailing
Fire
Boating
Water Skiing
Canoeing
Fishing
Geocaching
Camping
Forest
Hiking
Birding
Swimming
BBQ
RV
Cabin
Beach
Volleyball
Playground
Hunting
Winter
Splashpad
Ziplining
Wakeboarding
Paddleboarding
Washroom
Covid Updates- July 21

We are very pleased to update you that Binbrook Conservation Area will begin taking reservations for Pavilions 2 and 3 as of 8:00 am on Monday, July 26 for weekends only (including Civic and Labour Day holiday Mondays) from Saturday, July 30 – Labour Day Monday, September 6th.

Pavilion rentals are on a first come, first served basis. In order to reserve a pavilion for the day (8:00 am – 8:00 pm), the pavilion rental must be paid for and the reservation form must be completed and submitted. Licensees must comply with all public health regulations in place at the time of their booking.

To inquire or to book, please contact Binbrook Conservation Area directly: 905-692-3228, or binbrook@npca.ca

Covid Updates- June 30

Binbrook Wave Rentals is now open for watercraft rentals

Treetop Trekking is open as of May 27. Advanced reservation is required for all activities: www.treetoptrekking.com

The splash pad at Binbrook Conservation Area is now open daily, intermittently. Be sure to call ahead to confirm.

  • Help keep our splash pad system clean and safe! Please be advised that sand, dirt, gravel, water balloons, food and drinks are not permitted on the splash pad. Parent/guardian supervision is required at all times.
  • All current COVID-19 precautions remain in place while using the splash pad.
  • Splash pad visitors should:
  • Maintain two metres of physical distance others who don’t live in your household
  • As per provincial guidelines, outdoor gatherings of up to 25 people are permitted.
  • Avoiding touching shared surfaces
  • Wash hand frequently with soap and water, or use alcohol-based hand sanitizer
  • Do not use the splash pad if you are sick or showing signs of being sick
  • Masks are not required while using a spray pad, however masks are encouraged outdoors when two metres of physical distance from those outside your household cannot be maintained
  • If your mask gets wet, damp or dirty it should be replaced

Rules and regulations must be followed at all times. Admission fees apply.

  • Limited day use capacity daily. Please call or visit social media in advance for updates or closures.
  • If you are feeling ill, or have been asked to selfisolate, please stay home.
  • Washrooms are open. Visitors must wear a face mask at all times while in indoor public spaces and outdoors where physical distancing is difficult.
  • Visitors are reminded to maintain physical distancing at all times.
  • Picnic pavilions and areas, including picnic tables are not available.
  • Individual, nonmotorized watercraft are permitted. No rentals available at this time.
  • Please note: Fishing is permitted from piers and nonmotorized watercraft. Catch-and-release policy in effect. Alcohol is prohibited.
  • Please call ahead for more information and follow us on social for regular updates.

 Please be advised the the beachfront at Binbrook is not actively monitored by lifeguards.

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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.

Charcoal BBQs are permitted. Please ensure hot coals are deposited in the appropriate marked receptable in the day-use area.

NPCA Waterfowl Hunting Program Policies

Hunting is permitted at various NPCA Conservation Areas to help manage local wildlife populations and provides recreational opportunities for hunters. While species will differ at each park, our properties offer prime habitat for turkey, white tailed deer, waterfowl, and other small game. 

Apply for your permit today. All NPCA, as well as provincial and federal rules and regulations apply.

Fishing at Binbrook Conservation Area 

MNRF Fishing Regulations apply at the Conservation Area. For more information, please visit https://www.ontario.ca/page/fishing or https://www.ontario.ca/document/ontario-fishing-regulations-summary

Please note: The ‘catch and release’ policy is in effect for the entire year at Binbrook CA.

PROGRAMS & AMENITIES

BUY YOUR NATUREPLUS PASS (ANNUAL MEMBERSHIP)

The NPCA's NaturePlus Pass provides you with unlimited access to our conservation areas across the watershed. Please note that 2020 Passes are valid through June 21, 2021.

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BOARDER PASS CANADA WAKEBOARDING

Boarder Pass Canada Wakeboarding

The exciting Wakeboarding attraction by Boarder Pass Canada is a two-tower cable wakeboarding system that provides guests with the ultimate wakeboarding experience. Visitors can be part of the excitement and enjoy this unique aquatic attraction open to all ages and levels, from the young to the young at heart.

FUNSPLASH SPORTS PARK

FunSplash Sports Park

FunSplash offers a new experience and a new challenge for all guests over 6 years of age. Players can physically and mentally challenge themselves in a friendly and safe outdoor environment. The FunSplash is the ultimate playground, encouraging teamwork and problem solving while promoting overall health and wellness.

TREETOP TREKKING ADVENTURE PARK

Treetop Trekking

The park features a five-course, 80-element Zip Line & Aerial Game Park, where guests aged nine years and up can climb from tree to tree in the forest canopy on a series of bridges, walkways, and zip lines. Younger kids aged five and up will be able to explore two Discovery Courses, which are similar to the Aerial Game Courses but designed for younger explorers.

The final activity, which has no age requirement, is called Treewalk Village. This activity area includes a network of ten colourful tree houses connected by enclosed walkways and bridges and other forest activities for the youngest kids.

BINBROOK WAVE RENTALS

Binbrook Wave Rentals 

Join us for a great way for friends & family to spend a beautiful summer day! Experienced & Beginners welcome. A guide will be along for the ride to ensure everyone is safe & comfortable. Paddleboard, Kayak & Canoe rentals are available, in addition to core and strength workouts, and 5 Elements Yoga sessions! 

Please check NPCA  website or follow on Instagram & Facebook @binbrookwaverentals for all information on this. The BWR building will also have pop, water, gatorade, freezes, sunscreen, and more. 

BEACH CONDITIONS & WATER QUALITY

Natural bodies of water are great places to play, swim and cool off on a hot sunny day. However, swimming in these areas is not risk-free. There is always a level of risk when swimming in a natural water body, whether it's on the shores of Lake Erie, jumping off a dock at a cottage or going to an NPCA beach.

Natural water bodies, such as rivers and reservoirs, are exposed to contamination from various sources. The conditions and quality of the water can change quickly due to a number of environmental factors. These factors can influence the level of bacteria in the water to the point where it increases the risk of getting sick.

Visit City of Hamilton Public Health website for updated water quality testsing.

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