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Waterford North Conservation Area

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Great for Fi8shing

I come here 2-3 times a year with my canoe to fish. The fishing is good with Bass Black Crappie and... read more

Reviewed 7 September 2015
Hamilton Ontario Canada
Good days are gone

I lived there 3 summer in the row... magical place back then. Loved the Come Together Festivals but... read more

Reviewed 2 June 2015
Annie C
Waterford, Canada
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7 Sep 2015
“Great for Fi8shing”
28 Aug 2015
“Love,love,love it here!!!!”
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Concession 8 townsend Road, Waterford, Ontario, Canada
+1 519-443-0571
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Reviewed 7 September 2015

I come here 2-3 times a year with my canoe to fish. The fishing is good with Bass Black Crappie and Perch. Small quarry lakes that are teeming with fish.Great spot to canoe or kayak

1  Thank wigsy
Reviewed 28 August 2015 via mobile

It's the perfect place to camp! The kids love the sandy swimming area and my son always has a great time fishing!! Very relaxing with a laid back atmosphere!

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Reviewed 2 August 2015

They have some stupid rules. I went there for fishing for couple years and never had any problems but after what happened today I'll never go there again. So what happened is that we went there for fishing and we had a gazebo where we...More

2  Thank James K
Reviewed 12 July 2015

i been going to that camp ground for over 10 years and my wife for 30....i spent min 1000 per year on sites just on myself alone. we also hold familiy camping at least 2 times a year renting up to 8 sites each time...last...More

2  Thank Bruce P
Reviewed 2 June 2015

I lived there 3 summer in the row... magical place back then. Loved the Come Together Festivals but they had to move somewhere else after the conservation took over Izzy's Inland Outfitters! It changed a lot.... most people left. I come back at least 1...More

Thank Annie C
Reviewed 10 August 2014

This park on the outskirts of Waterford is popular with fishermen and has an unusually large proportion (over 80%?) of the sites occupied by permanent seasonal campers, who have all the best sites. The sites available for travellers are not waterfront, some treed, some in...More

Thank ClimbnRide
Reviewed 16 July 2013

There's a few too many human-eating insects for my liking - but it IS a conservation area. The view is quite nice - and the pavillion is so nice for a family or school reunion. I don't fish - but it seems that many do...More

1  Thank TinainToronto81
Reviewed 23 April 2013

My husband and I went to Waterford North Conservation Area for our honeymoon in July 2012. The park has a couple big ponds. One with a beach area divided off for swimming. We caught a lot of fish. The campsite was a good size and...More

1  Thank wanzo
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