Caving

Please review our COVID-19 FAQs that will help you prepare for your visit to our Conservation Areas during the pandemic.

Please note that the Caves and the Caves Trail are open. Some detours have been put in place due to downed trees and limbs from the recent storm.


The Warsaw Caves Conservation Area and Campground takes its name from a series of seven caves found in the park. The caves were formed thousands of years ago at the end of the last ice age by the rushing melt waters of a glacier that covered Ontario.

All you need is a flashlight or a headlamp to enjoy this natural underground playground. You can spend a couple of hours or the entire day exploring the caves. Wear clothes you don’t mind dirtying and close fitting shoes and then come out for a unique underground adventure.

Learn more about the caves and plan your adventure by downloading our Spelunkers Guide to the Caves.

Note: that each year, the caves are closed from December 1 to April 15 due to the hazards posed by winter conditions.

No dogs in the caves. The use of alcohol is prohibited.