Facilities at Scanlon Creek
With two meeting rooms or classrooms, a central lobby, and washrooms, the Nature Centre meets the needs of Scanlon Creek's day visitors. Each classroom comfortably seats up to 35 guests and can be booked together or separately.
Scanlon Creek Conservation Area
Scanlon Creek Conservation Area is a 282 hectare park and nature preserve that features picnic tables, picnic pavilions, and trails that wind through conifer plantations, mature forests, meadows and a marsh. It was formed in 1965 from several pieces of property purchased by the Holland Valley Conservation Authority (now Lake Simcoe Region Conservation Authority). The major landholder of the 282 hectare property was the Scanlon family, hence the name.
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