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Belfountain Conservation Area, Caledon

Categories: Wildlife Areas, Nature & Parks
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4.1/5 based on 55+ reviews on the web
Belfountain Conservation Area is located in Caledon. To visit Belfountain Conservation Area on your holiday in Alton, and find out what else Alton has to offer, use our Alton itinerary planner.
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  • Tip: To avoid their $10 parking fee (on weekends), park along Bush St., just west of Belfountain General Store. It's a 5-minute walk from the Conservation Area. Entrance fee is $5.75/pp, so save some ...  read more »
  • It's a nice place, can walk easily with young children, suspension bridge is really awesome, good place for all fun activities, picnic, barbecue, hiking 
  • Nice place to spend an hour or four (with a picnic). The area is quite small. Fountain+small fall+suspension bridge+30 minute hiking trail in nature. Clean washrooms. couple of picnic areas with table...  read more »
  • Took my children there years ago, its a lovely spot. Went there today with friends after having lunch. Still a lovely spot, but apparently groups of people go there on weekends and I was very annoyed at the amount of garbage that gets thrown about on the trails. Clean up after yourselves!! Or stay away.
  • I've been going to Belfoutain Conservation Area since my Father introduced me to it when I was just a little guy (1977). This past weekend (July 30, 2016) my girlfriend and I thought to bring her parents there while they were visiting from New Brunswick to go for a walk on the trails. Upon getting to the main gatehouse where you pay for admittance, I was blown away to find out that it will now cost you to park your vehicle as well for general admittance! $10 per vehicle and $5.75 per adult. So it would have cost us $43!!! Never in the 35+ years of visiting this park was there a parking fee. And $10??? Who's the genius that came up with that amount! Just another way to nickle and dime people to make a profit. As beautiful as this park is, and brings back so many great childhood memories, I'm afraid that I won't be returning there any longer. You'll definitely be upsetting many more regulars that frequent the park CVC by charging for parking. I can live with the $5.75 price for general admittance, but to pay for parking now? That's exploiting the fact because you know so many people visit by vehicle and have to park inside the park grounds because of its location.
  • I used to come here frequently as a kid with my family. I remember it being a nice peaceful place to relax, fish, have a small picnic, and just enjoy nature. I visited today for the first time in about 10 years, and boy has it ever changed, and NOT in a good way. This place now crawls in Brampton riffraff. These people come in hordes to host their "family picnics," they litter, and are extremely loud and obnoxious. For those of you complaining about the 'fee increases,' blame it on the lovely new patrons from Brampton as I'm sure the park needed to hire a couple extra bodies to police and pick up after these hordes. Mind you, the park itself is still beautiful, but the types of people who frequent here now, ruin it!
  • Great little park with hiking trails. Very picturesque. Nice family spot. Kind of hidden away.
  • Not a nice area to travel to. The fountain was very moldy and barely running. The suspension bridge is extremely narrow and short. The entrance had a very foul smell.
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