Looking for Places to Enjoy the Outdoors?
The CRCA has seven Conservation Areas, eight boat ramps and six water access points – lots of places for you to get outdoors on land or on one of the area’s many lakes.
Our conservation areas have hiking and ski trails and picnic areas. Some have swimming areas, equipment rentals and other facilities.
- Visit our Conservation Areas page for more information and links to each of our Conservation Areas.
- Visit our Boat Ramps and Water Access Points page for more information about where you can launch a boat, canoe or kayak.
- Visit our Maps page for links to maps of our properties and maps of each Conservation Area.
Come to a Special Event
We offer weekend programs and special events throughout the fall, winter and spring. Most events have an outdoor or nature focus. Learn some new skills or just enjoy an outing with us at one of our Conservation Areas.
- Visit our Events page for more information about upcoming events.
Looking for Watershed Information or Information About Conservation?
Interested in Bringing a School Group to our Facilities?
The CRCA provides programs for area schools at Mac Johnson Wildlife Area in Brockville and Little Cataraqui Creek Conservation Area in Kingston.
Visit our Education page for links to each of our education program pages.