Central Lake Ontario Conservation

Site: Long Sault Conservation Area

Service: Central Lake Ontario Conservation

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Record #: OSH0229 Last Full Update: 19 Dec 2013
Location, Telephone & Internet
Office Phone905-579-0411
Fax905-579-0994
E-mailmail@cloca.com
Websitewww.cloca.com
LocationClarington (Municipality of)
Address & Map
Woodley Rd
Haydon, ON
 
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IntersectionDurham Rd 57 and Regional Road #20
Contact Information
Mailing Addressc/o Central Lake Ontario Conservation 
100 Whiting Ave 
Oshawa, ON L1H 3T3
Description & Services
Description541 hectares in area and is the largest under CLOCA's jurisdiction* hilly forest covered terrain is typical of the Oak Ridges Moraine (a.k.a the Great Pine Ridge) * ridge was formed during the last ice age and runs 160 km from the Niagara Escarpment to the Trent Valley * area acquired to preserve the natural features and the headwaters for the Bowmanville Creek * 18 km of multi-use trails for non-motorized use 
 
Mountain Biking all trails at Long Sault Conservation Area are open to mountain biking * mountain bikers are asked to follow the direction of travel for mountain biking (opposite to hikers) that is indicated on the trailhead signs and trail posts  
 
Cross Country Skiing 
18 km of cleared trails are maintained * trails are marked with coloured posts; green for beginner, blue for intermediate, and black for advanced 
 
Snowshoeing 
Snowshoeing is permitted on all trails * do not snow shoe on established cross-country ski tracks 
 
Nature Trails 
All of the ski trails double as nature trails in the off months, there are 18 kilometers of hiking trails * portions of the trails accomodate the Oak Ridges Trail 
 
Pet Policy 
Pets are permitted on a leash (maximum 2 metres long) at all times * owners must clean up after pets * pet owners violating these regulations will be fined
DatesOpen year round
Areas ServedDurham Region
LanguagesEnglish
FeesPay and Display Parking is in effect at a cost of $2 per hour to a max $5 per vehicle per day * proceeds are used to maintain and enhance the conservation areas
Other Details
AccessibilityNot Accessible
DRWHTPROJECT_HEADINGSParks, Trails & Outdoor Facilities ; Recreation Facilities