HIKING: The 3 km trail network makes Enniskillen Conservation Area a great destination for someone looking to do a short hike through beautiful cedar forest while crossing over an upper tributary of the Bowmanville Creek several times.
PICNICKING: There are several excellent locations to have a picnic within this Conservation Area. Area 1 includes our Outdoor Centre and Areas 3,5 include picnic shelters. Perfect for events such as weddings, family picnics and corporate events. Click for more information on our
EDUCATION: The Central Lake Ontario Conservation Authority Education Centre is situated at Enniskillen Conservation Area. The Education Centre is available for school education programs run by the Authority. Click for more information on the
Education Program offered by the Central Lake Ontario Conservation Authority.
FISHING: The trail network at Enniskillen Conservation Area crosses the Bowmanville Creek several times. These crossings provide opportunities for the fishing enthusiast. Please stay on the designated trails, take your garbage with you, and fish only at approved locations.
Ontario Fishing Regulations apply.
PET POLICY: Pets are permitted within Enniskillen Conservation Area. Please clean up after your pet, and keep them on a leash (maximum 2 m long) at all times. Pet owners violating these regulations will be fined.
CROSS-COUNTRY SKIING: The 3 Km trail network offers some opportunities for cross-country skiing at Enniskillen Conservation Area. Please be aware that the ski trails at Enniskillen Conservation Area are not groomed, skiing equipment cannot be rented at the Conservation Area, and that boardwalk sections of the trail may present less than ideal skiing conditions.
WILDLIFE VIEWING: The cedar forest/swamp communities and rolling open meadows provide visitors with many different opportunities to view wildlife at all times of the year.
NATURE STUDIES: Enniskillen Conservation Area includes an excellent example of a treed cedar forest/swamp valleyland that is typical to this area. Please apply for a
Sensitive Areas Permit if you would like to venture beyond the designated trail system and activity areas.