Tottenham Conservation Area consists of a large parkland overlooking a picturesque pond. The large sandy beach and pavilion are ideal for a wide range of summer activities. The park offers camping facilities, fishing, nature trails, and a more secluded pavilion that can be reserved for private functions such as business retreats, family reunions and picnics.
The area is considered natural habitat for an abundance of wildlife, including blue herons, red foxes, pheasants, etc. Trumpeter swans, Canada geese and a large variety of birds are regular visitors to the area in the late spring and fall.
The Tottenham Conservation Area is managed by the Town of New Tecumseth, who set and collect all fees. NVCA Annual Lands Passes are not valid at this site.. Information regarding fees, camping, beach conditions and pavilion booking can be found here: http://www.tottenhamconservation.com
HOW TO GET THERE:
Take Highway #400 to Highway #9; west to the Tottenham Road. North on the Tottenham Road to Mill Street and proceed west to the Tottenham Conservation Area.