In 2019, Otonabee Conservation celebrated our 60th year of providing environmental services to area municipalities and residents.
We invite the community to celebrate this significant milestone, with a variety of new, self-directed and environmentally-themed activities to enjoy throughout the year.
Interactive Map “APP”
This exciting interactive map is your guide to 11 conservation and wildlife areas throughout the Otonabee Region watershed. Tour the Otonabee Region watershed and discover unique natural features and special places nearby. The interactive map also provides a description of activities you can enjoy at these areas along with geocache coordinates.
60 Fun Things In the Watershed Guide
Conservation Areas are just steps away from your front door and offer unique outdoor experiences. Whether you want to enjoy a hike through the woods, take your family camping, have a quiet picnic, or catch ‘the big one’ at a popular fishing spot, this 60 Things to Do is your guide.
Find a new geocache every month. To start your geocache adventure, visit the Warsaw Caves Conservation Area and add an item to the cache that can be found at these UTM coordinates: 17T E 728354 N 4927196. For a full list of geocaches and coordinates, visit geocaching.com
Our 60th Anniversary Discovery Days series offered demonstrations and workshops hosted at local Conservation Areas! Some of the exciting events included Birds of Prey, meeting Ontario’s snakes, demonstrations of Hope Mill, tours of the Warsaw Caves, and more!
Due to COVID-19 pandemic, the 2020 Discovery Days series of events has been cancelled.