Welcome to back to Pangman Springs Conservation Area! Please follow all park rules during your visit.
Free Parking Extended
Great News! We’re extending free
parking at the Pangman Springs Conservation Area. In lieu of parking fees, we're asking park goers to try our TipTap fundraiser when they visit Scanlon Creek, Thornton Bales, Rogers Reservoir, and Beaver River Wetlands Conservation Areas. TipTap Pay is an easy way to give $5, $10 or $20 to help us care for and improve the our Conservation Areas. When you see this sign along the trails, be sure to tap your phone or card - it's a simple way to donate and help care for our greenspace. Donations go directly to the Lake Simcoe Conservation Foundation. Thank you for donating to a healthier Lake Simcoe watershed.
About Pangman Springs
A 100 hectare property on the Oak Ridges Moraine, Pangman Springs Conservation Area is an excellent example of a mature moraine ecosystem, including both wetlands and upland hardwood forests. While part of this property has been dedicated for use by a youth camp, the public can access the conservation area from the parking lot on Kennedy Road, or from an ORTA side trail which connects to the nearby Porritt tract of the York Regional Forest.