Explore Terra Cotta Conservation Area After Dark this Winter

Explore a brightly lit winter trail as Credit Valley Conservation (CVC) hosts its Ignite the Night series at Terra Cotta Conservation Area in Halton Hills. Visitors can experience the beauty of the forest after dark along the two-kilometre illuminated trail. The event series runs Saturday nights from January 6 until February 24.

Ignite the Night lights up different parts of the Terra Cotta winter forest and interpretive signage guides visitors along the path, providing a self-guided experience to connect with nature and learn about trees in a new way.

Ski, snowshoe and kicksled rentals, and one hour ice skating rink reservations are available onsite, as conditions permit. Visitors are also welcome to bring their own equipment. Hot drinks and snacks are available at the Park Store.

This after dark event will run from 5:30 to 8 p.m. This event is free with regular park admission. Credit Valley Parks passholders receive free entry. Headlamps and flashlights are recommended.

Registration is not required. Event details are available at cvcevents.ca. For the latest updates on park conditions, check CVC’s Park Advisories page at cvc.ca/park-advisories/.

This weekly event series supports CVC’s goal to provide visitors with quality nature-focused experiences and ample recreational activities, creating a deeper connection with nature.

Photo: Ignite the Night visitors take a selfie at Terra Cotta Conservation Area

About Credit Valley Conservation (CVC)
Credit Valley Conservation is one of 36 conservation authorities in Ontario. Conservation authorities are provincial/municipal partnerships that manage the natural environment of a watershed, an area of land where the rain and snowmelt drain into a body of water. For more than 60 years, Credit Valley Conservation (CVC) has worked with its partners to build a thriving environment that protects, connects and sustains us. CVC is a member of Conservation Ontario.


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Jamie Williams
Specialist, Marketing & Communications
Credit Valley Conservation

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