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Belfountain Conservation Area, Caledon

(4.2/5 based on 65+ 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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Reviews
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  • Beautiful place to walk hike year round but mind the signs for access during winter. Or check the website. There is a convent store near the main emterance. Cleaned grass areas are plenty where you ca...  more »
  • First time here and I loved it. Gorgeous view, awesome trail, and beautiful waterfall. Good to go with your partner or with a group of friends. Would love to go back :)  more »
  • We visit here every year just for a walk of nature or to show our friends what we have in our own backyards - metaphor - here in Caledon / Peel region. We often think we have to travel so far when thi...  more »
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  • The trail and fountain are really nice. The park gets packed on weekends and sometimes finding parking in the summer is difficult. There is a park admission fee as well as parking if you are parking on the premise. A great way to spend a few hours. Thy have picnic benches but these can be a little hard to come by depending on when you go. There is a little ice cream shop right outside the park entrance.
  • This has got to be one of the most beautiful conservation areas I've ever visited. I certainly have visited many. The picnic area is great. The paths are easy to navigate. Most are not too long for our kids to enjoy. Many surprises along the way. Scenery is second to none. The actual bell fountain is old yet beautiful. Visiting in early October is the most scenic. Leaves changing and falling, yet still warm outside. Can't wait to return!
  • This conservation area is really beautiful, went here for a family picnic and the entire family had fun. You can also rent BBQs and the picnic areas are great. The trails are beautiful and it's just calming and relaxing.
  • This particular place was a disappointment if looking for a nice trail walk. The trail was choppy and ungrommed, narrow and quite short. Too many people on the narrow trail to enjoy. The cave which l believe at one timw was open is now closed off completely. It cost $21.50 parking and per person (two of us). The lot is small so get there early. We will not be returning
  • Nice trails on both sides of the river and it connects to the Bruce Trails. Hanging bridge and the fountain area are the point of interest do most people. It does get crowded on the weekends. A nice spot to be with nature and it's just a short drive north of the city.