Tottenham Conservation Area

As per the Province of Ontario’s Emergency Order under the Emergency Management and Civil Protection Act, due to COVID-19, the Tottenham Conservation Area will remain closed to campers and events for the 2020 season. 

However, the Tottenham Conservation Area is open to the public for daytime use only. Facilities and public washrooms remain closed. The space can be used for walking and exercise however, we strongly remind residents to respect physical distancing while using the space and our parking areas. This includes no congregating and adhering to all COVID-19 Public Health and Provincial regulations regarding gathering of people.

*Reminder the safe physical distance is at least two metres (six feet) apart from others as per the Provincial Order.

What You'll Like:

  • Full and unserviced service camp sites available 
  • Picnic shelters/Pavilions available for reservations
  • 18 hole Disc Golf course onsite with disc rentals available at the gatehouse
  • Full service washrooms on-site
  • Ice and firewood available for purchase at the gatehouse
  • Playground
  • Beach volleyball court
  • Swimming area beach (unsupervised)
  • Tottenham Community & Fitness Centre nearby so you can keep up with your fitness regime
  • Outdoor drop-in fitness classes offered on-site
  • Catch and release fishing on-site
  • Explore the Trans Canada Trail
  • Golf courses, restaurants, gas stations, convenience stores and shopping close by in Tottenham, Beeton and Alliston
  • Visit the Tottenham Steam Train
  • 15 minute drive to highway 400
  • An easy 40 minute drive from Toronto
  • 45 minute drive to Innisfil and Barrie for lake access for boating
  • 10 minute walk into Tottenham
  • Home of the Tottenham Bluegrass Festival 
  • Annual Canada Day celebrations on July 1st,  6:00PM - Dusk 

Where You Can Find Us

You can find the Tottenham Conservation Area (TCA) at 6787 4th Line, Tottenham, ON L0G 1W0.

For more information on the TCA including daily rates and annual passes, please call the Recreation Department at 705-435-4030 ext. 1500/1621. 

Features and amenities

A large, sandy beach lets visitors relax and enjoy the water. You can bring your canoe or pedal boats to explore the pond or even plan a beach volleyball game.  

You can find pavilions to use for shelter and picnics. Rent the pavilions if you'd like to organize a family reunion, anniversary, business retreat or other private gathering. There are three to choose from, including - an open pavilion near the beach or a secluded pavilion.


Many different species of wildlife exist in the TCA.

You can find:

  • Blue heron
  • Red foxes
  • Pheasants
  • Groundhogs
  • Trumpeter swans
  • Large varieties of birds