Whitchurch Conservation Area
Whitchurch Conservation Area is an 11 hectare,
mainly wooded property, located in the Township of Whitchurch-Stouffville, and sits
on the northern edge of the Oak Ridges Moraine. It was reforested in the late 1960’s which today provides lots of shade
as the plantation has matured, and new successional forest growth has
Conservation Area is adjacent to the Robinson Tract of the York Region Forest,
and is connected by trails. This
property contains a relatively rich collection of bird species, as well as a
variety of ecological communities. Also
containing a small pond, this property can be noisy with the calling of frogs
in the spring time. With rustic trails
crossing the property, this is a great place to take the family for a hike!
Lake Simcoe Region Conservation Authority charges a nominal fee for parking at Whitchurch Conservation Area. Your contribution supports the management and restoration at Whitchurch. Regular parks hours are sunrise to dusk, seven days per week.
Annual Passes - $50
Do you visit Whitchurch often? Consider the convenience of an annual pass and enjoy unlimited access for you and your passengers to enjoy the sights and sounds of Whitchurch Conservation Area.
Passes are valid for one year from date of purchase.
Daily Parking - $2 per hour, $6 per day
LSRCA charges a parking fee of $2 per hour, with a maximum daily amount of $6.
Pay by phone or in Person
There are several ways to pay parking fees to Whitchurch:
- Pay online at Whitchurch.ca
- Pay by calling 1-800-727-7188
- Pay in person at LSRCA head office during business hours