Belfountain Conservation Area and Cheltenham Badlands to reopen in September under NEW reservation system

Thursday, August 27, 2020 by Credit Valley Conservation

Now that stage three of the provincial reopening is underway in the Region of Peel, Credit Valley Conservation (CVC) is working to reopen Belfountain Conservation Area and the Cheltenham Badlands.

These parks are popular destinations for visitors from across the GTA. To help keep everyone safe while enjoying each park, CVC is introducing a mandatory reservation system to manage daily visitation.

Starting early September, entry to these parks is permitted by reservation only. Under the new reservation system visitors will be able to book a date and time to visit each property during regular hours of operation. This will allow us to limit the number of people who can enter each property at one time and create the conditions needed for physical distancing.

More information will be available at as we launch our new online reservation system in September.

CVC has put additional measures in place at the park to help keep everyone safe. We’re limiting visitor capacity at each park, the number of people in our washrooms, encouraging one-way travel on infrastructure and some trails and asking visitors to yield to oncoming trail users so everyone can continue to practice safe physical distancing.

We’re committed to reopening Belfountain Conservation Area and the Cheltenham Badlands safely for visitors to enjoy once again.

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