Outdoor Recreation

Otonabee Conservation owned lands (conservation areas, wildlife areas and forest properties) were originally acquired for purposes of water management, scientific research, fish and wildlife habitat, forestry, recreation and conserving areas of significant natural and cultural heritage.

Outdoor recreation continues to be an important  aspect of many of these lands, providing countless hours of enjoyment for watershed residents and visitors to the region.  Conservation lands contribute significantly to the social, environmental and economic health of the community.

Conservation Areas and Camping

Conservation areas are natural lands owned by Otonabee Conservation that offer watershed residents and visitors to the region opportunities to explore and enjoy the outdoors. Camping, spelunking, hiking, fishing, swimming and canoeing top the list of favourite activities to be enjoyed. Read More >

White-throated Sparrow