Hilton Falls Conservation Area1 Reviews 4985 Campbellville Rd, Milton, ON L7P 0G3
Hilton Falls is a conservation area located in Campbellville, Ontario (near Milton). The park is located on the Niagara Escarpment and is known for its waterfall and hiking trails. The park is popular among urban day hikers because of its proximity to Greater Toronto Area. The park is also a great choice for mountain biking as it offers three dedicated bike-only trails. The park’s main attraction is the 10 metre waterfalls located along the Hilton Falls trail
The park offers four different trails
- Hilton Falls Trail – 3 km
- Read Oak Trail – 4 km
- Beaver Dam Trail – 8 km
- Bruce Trail (Bruce Trail runs through the park)
The park offers three dedicated biking trails
- Bent Rim Trail – 5 km
- Single Track bike Trails – 7 km
- Wandering Lynx Backcountry Trail System – 6.5 km
Park Admission Fees
Day use admission fees for the park are as below
- Adults (15-64) $7.00
- Senior (65+) $6.00
- Child (5-14) $5.25
- 4& under FREE
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