Fishing is the Focus
Connect with nature as you explore warmwater fish habitat and wetland communities. Whether you’re a beginner or experienced angler, enjoy warm weather fishing fun with family and friends at this park.
See and hear a variety of birds, enjoy the view of the Devils Pulpit or skip over to enjoy a hike on the Caledon Trailway.
COVID-19 Visitor Guidelines
- Practice physical distancing by staying two metres (six feet) apart.
- Consider wearing a mask when entering buildings to help keep everyone safe.
- Keep your dog on leash and at least two metres (six feet) away from other dogs and people.
- Respect the instructions provided by our dedicated staff.
- Consider bringing your own hand sanitizer as there are limited hand-washing facilities available.
- Respect all signage, facility closures and no parking areas. Illegal parking subject to fines and towing.
- Read all park rules.
- Check park advisories before leaving home for the latest updates at each park.
- For parks that require admission fees, use online payment for contactless entry. Debit and credit card purchases are available with tap. Use cash only when you don’t have another option.
- Visitor and parking capacity limits are in effect to ensure physical distancing. Be prepared to turn back if a property is full.
- Limit your stay. Leave time for others to visit while reducing the number of people onsite at one time.
- Be patient and prepare for extended wait times while we process you safely.
- Obey all in-park directional signage.
- Yield to oncoming traffic on bridges and boardwalks.
- Read all trail etiquette guidelines.
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Use this trail to access several fishing piers at the park. Trail surface is soil, crushed stone and decking. No rest areas on this trail.
The Credit Valley Trail will be a 100 km continuous trail through the watershed. You can access this trail through Ken Whillans. It runs alongside the Caledon Trailway which follows the path of an abandoned rail line linking Hamilton with Barrie. In 1995, the Caledon Trailway became the first designated portion of the Trans Canada Trail. Walk through meadows and woodlands with views of the valleys below towering cliffs of the Niagara Escarpment. Caledon Trailway users can park at Ken Whillans for free to access the trail. Trail surface is soil, crushed stone and decking. No rest areas on this trail.
With the Niagara Escarpment as a backdrop, this trail provides views of Orchard and Kidd pond, adjacent farm fields and forests. Trail surface is soil, mowed grass and crushed stone. Rest areas are less than 0.3 km apart.