Glen Haffy Conservation Park

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19245 Airport Rd Caledon, ON L0N 1E0 Get Directions


  • Accessible Facilities Available
  • Hiking Trails
  • Picnic Sites Available
  • Pets Permitted on Leash
  • Washrooms


Find tranquility at Glen Haffy Conservation Park. Fish at ponds stocked with rainbow trout, or hike serene trails through mature forests that wind along the Niagara Escarpment and Oak Ridges Moraine.


TRCA reminds all nature seekers to be extremely cautious when enjoying time outside this winter, and to stay on designated trails at all times. Ice is never 100% safe. Please STAY OFF local TRCA rivers, streams, ponds, reservoirs, wetlands and marshes. Conditions are not being monitored and ice may be unsafe. Venturing out onto the ice is NOT a permitted activity at TRCA parks. Do not put yourself and others at risk.


Please Note:

  • Prior to coming to this location, every visitor must do the Ontario Ministry of Health self-assessment for COVID-19. If they do not pass the assessment, they should not visit the location.
  • Wearing a mask or a face covering is required in indoor TRCA facilities as per municipal by-laws. All visitors entering an indoor premise are required to wear a mask or face covering while inside. Please arrive prepared with a mask or face covering.



STAY SAFE! Stay on the trails you see on the map.



Glen Haffy Conservation Park is home to a fish hatchery that raises rainbow trout, which are released into the ponds there as well as the lake at Heart Lake Conservation Area.

To make a reservation or for more information on the Glen Haffy Headwaters please call 416.667.6295 or email

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Hiking Trails

Glen Haffy Conservation Park’s hiking trails offer some of the most panoramic vistas in southern Ontario.

Wide trails weave through a landscape of trees reaching far into the sky. Sunlight splashes through leaves, painting a canvas of light on the forest floor. The only sounds you hear are notes in nature’s melody; a cardinal’s whistle, a bullfrog’s croak.

Both the Niagara Escarpment and the Bruce Trail converge at Glen Haffy, offering three serene hiking trails: the Green Trail (0.85 km or 30 minutes), the Red Trail (2.7 km or 60 minutes), and the Blue Trail (2.5 km or 45 minutes).

hiking trail at glen haffy conservation area


Have a ball with family and friends this summer. With three large picnic areas, two with shelters, Glen Haffy Conservation Park can easily accommodate groups both large and small.

Our friendly customer service representatives will help you determine the best site for your group and will even set you up with caterers, tent rental and entertainment companies.

For more information, visit

picnic area at glen haffy conservation area

Groups and Education

During the summer months, Glen Haffy Conservation Park plays host to numerous day camps and day cares. We offer an ideal location with many shaded areas, picnic shelters for lunch and snack times, open fields for sports and plenty of washrooms. Special permit pricing applies.

Private Functions

For more information, or to book an appointment to visit the facilities, please call 416.667.6295 or


  • Accessible parking area with an at-grade path to the fishing ponds.
  • Accessible washroom facilities located at both fishing areas.
  • Accessible fishing area with railing barriers at the upper pond.

Pet Policy

Pets are permitted at most Toronto and Region Conservation areas. However, to ensure everyone’s safety and enjoyment, we do insist that:

  • Pets are kept on a leash no longer than 2 metres at all times.
  • Owners clean up after their pets.
  • Pets are not permitted in the Aquatic or Visitor Centres, or around the fishing ponds at Glen Haffy Conservation Park.
  • A maximum of three pets per person/family.
  • Pets are never to be left unattended.

For more information, please read our Domestic Animals Policy.  

Park Admission Fees

Per Person Price (+HST)
Adult (14+) $6.20
Senior (65+) $5.30
Child (4-13) $4.00
Toddler (0-3) FREE

Angling Fee (in addition to general admission):

Per Person Price (+HST)
Adults, Senior $5.20
Child $2.55