Spending time outdoors and in nature is a great way to energize your body and mind. Long Point Region Conservation Authority owns approximately 11,000 acres of conservation lands throughout the Long Point region watershed, including five campgrounds with more than 600 campsites, a National Historic Site and plenty of forest tracts. Whether you’re looking for a place to go for a hike, cast a line or go for a paddle, there are countless ways to experience nature with LPRCA.
Visit the hunting page to see what hunting opportunities are available on LPRCA land.
No matter what activities you choose, please remember to respect the environment and those around you. Follow all posted signage and don’t leave any garbage or waste on LPRCA land.