Parks & Recreation

Hunting Permit Application

Recent updates of the Binbrook waterfront have reported presence of green algae but does not contain toxins harmful to human health. We are currently putting a hold on the draws for the Binbrook lottery and bookings until we are able to finish any updated repairs on the hunting blinds. The NPCA will continue to work with The City Of Hamilton Public Health to confirm updated results of the water quality for next week.

We will update Hunters and Waterfowl Applicants no later than Thursday Sept. 28th.

Mudlake will resume the lottery draw.

Drawn applicants will be notified via email and will be able to make payment for their hunting blind at the conservation area (fee of $40 per blind).


We are now taking lottery applications for first two weeks of the hunt at Mud Lake and Binbrook now through Sept 1st, 2023. ClICK BELOW TO APPLY

Waterfowl Lottery Application


HUNTING PERMIT

The application below must be completed to obtain a permit to hunt in the identified Conservation Areas of the Niagara Peninsula Conservation Authority. It is valid for the calendar year of the approved application.

Hunters must have all appropriate and valid hunting licences and permits (Federal, Provincial and municipal). Your Outdoors Card MUST be valid until December 31st of the year you are applying for. If it is not, you will not be able to complete this form.

All hunters must submit a Harvest Report Form for the previous NPCA permitted year (unless this is your first year applying for a permit). If you have not yet done so, you can provide the information in this application.

For 2023 a $45.00 administrative fee payment applies.

Fishing and Hunting Licenses are Required

  • An NPCA permit is required to hunt on all designated NPCA lands. Please complete the online application, or visit us at the main office.
  • All provincial regulations, seasonal restrictions, and conservation area rules must be followed.
  • Permission for the Binbrook Conservation Area is obtained at the site through daily hunting blind fee. All hunters must have valid hunting licences and a NPCA hunting permit on their possession. The NPCA Vehicle Dash Permit must also be visible. All hunting must be conducted in accordance with provincial and federal hunting regulations.

For further information on these or any of our other Conservation Areas, please contact us by email info@npca.ca or phone 905-788-3135 ext. 330

Please Note the Conservation Area Policies

  • Portable deer hunting stands permitted only. No spikes, nails or other material which damage trees
  • No cutting, destruction, and/or removal of vegetation in Conservation Areas
  • No ATV or recreational vehicles permitted within a Conservation Area
  • Boats with electric motors or paddle only on Conservation Area waters
  • No fires permitted. NOTE no smoking or open flame at theWainfleet Bog Conservation Area due to extreme fire hazards
  • Retrieval dogs off leash for waterfowl hunting only. Other use of hunting dogs permitted on leash, to prevent disturbance of other animals and hunters
  • No target/ range shooting in Conservation Areas (including sighting-in, clay throwing and plinking)
  • No coyote hunting permitted.