The Lake Simcoe Region Conservation Authority

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Scanlon Creek

Scanlon Creek Conservation Area

We’re thrilled to welcome you to Scanlon Creek and your four-legged friends to the Scanlon Creek Bark Park. Please follow all park rules during your visit. We’re extending free parking at the Scanlon Creek Conservation Area.

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Activities

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Closure Notices

Scanlon Creek Conservation Area - Evergreen Trail, Section Closed

A section of the Evergreen trail has been temporarily closed until further notice due to trail and infrastructure hazards. The large bridge along this section has been closed, cutting off access to this trail section. The status of this bridge and this trail connection will be reviewed in the coming months, and a final decision will be made. Please avoid the south-west corner of the Evergreen trail within Scanlon Creek and instead use the Chickadee Trail as a connector trail for this section.

About Scanlon Creek

Scanlon Creek Conservation Area is a hikers’ haven, a picnicking paradise, a birder’s delight and a photographer’s dream. Explore forests, marshlands, and glacial erratics, enjoy spring wildflowers, or the vibrant fall leaves and see plenty of birds and other wildlife as you hike the expansive trail system covering most of the 300 hectare park.

Serving both environmental and recreational needs, the park is a nature preserve for flora and fauna and home to a Bark Park for our canine friends.

​​​​​Need some help finding your way?

​​​​​Smartphone maps are now available

Did you know you can now access the​ Scanlon Creek maps usi​ng the free Avenza App? 

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

Use your device’s built-in GPS to track your location on any map, plot locations and photos, measure distance and area, and more. 

Learn how to use Avenza and download the app

Related Information

Hours, Location and Map

 Location and Trail Map  

Latitude: 44.14672
Longitude: -79.56492

Address: 2450 9th Line, Bradford West Gwillimbury

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Conservation Lands
905-895-1281
1-800-465-0437 Toll free
info@LSRCA.on.ca

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  • Creek
  • Scenic Lookout
  • Hilly Terrain
  • Mixed Forests
  • Pine Plantations
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