We will no longer be supporting IE7 and below as a web browser effective June 1st 2020. Click here for more information.

Sign In

Lake Simcoe Region Conservation Authority

Skip Navigation LinksLake Simcoe Region Conservation Authority > Enjoy the Outdoors > Trail Maps and Closure Notices

​​​​​​​A group of friends hiking at a Conservation Area.

Trail Maps and Upcoming Closures

Planning to visit one of our Conservation Areas? Plan your trip by downloading the PDF or mobile map you'll need during your visit and take a look at any upcoming service disruptions. 

Please follow all park rules​ during your visit and remember that amenities, such as washrooms and pavilions, remain closed at this time.​ ​

Upcoming Closures

Durham Regional Forest - Temporary Parking Lot and Trail Closures

For the safety of our visitors, we will be conducting tree removals at the Main Tract Parking Lot at Durham Regional Forest​​​ from October 13 to 16 and October 26 to 29. There may be temporary, localized trail closures as we remove hazard trees and widen the parking area. Trail closures around the work areas will be clearly marked and alternate routes will be available.​

​All trails will be open to visitors but there may be temporary, localized closures for a few minutes at a time.

Rogers Reservoir - Parking Lot Closure

​​​The Nokiidaa Trail parking lot at Mount Albert Rd. and Yonge St. will be closed on October 5 for approximately two weeks to complete the installation of a low impact development stormwater management system and paving work. Trail users will still have access to the trail during construction via the temporary pedestrian access point​. For your safety, please follow all on-site safety signage.

​Trail Maps

PDF Maps

​Mobile Maps

Smartphone maps are now available for:

Simply download the app on your smartphone and use it when you v​isit. It’s that easy! Once the map is downloaded, you won’t have to use your data when you hit the trails.

​​How to use Avenza: 

  1. Download the Avenza app on your mobile phone.
  2. Open the app (when prompted, consider allowing Avenza to access your location for optimal use). 
  3. Create an account (or click the small white X in the top right corner to skip this step). 
  4. Tap the Store button on the bottom of the page. 
  5. Click on the search bar at the top of the page. 
  6. In the location box, choose “Current Location" if you are looking for conservation areas that are closest to you, or change to “Any Location" to see all our available maps. 
  7. In the ​ Keywords box type in LSRCA, then click search. 
  8. When you find the map you are looking for, tap the “Free" button, then tap again on “Download?" This will add the desired map to your app. 
  9. Click on My Maps (bottom left icon), select your map and hit the trails! Once you install your map, you no longer need access to data.

Download_on_the_App_Store_Badge.svggoogle-play-badge.png