Trip Planner:   Canada  /  Ontario  /  Orangeville  /  Parks  /  Island Lake Conservation Area

Island Lake Conservation Area, Orangeville

(110+ reviews on the web)
Nature / Park
Island Lake Conservation Area is located in Orangeville. Put Island Lake Conservation Area at the forefront of your travel plans using our Orangeville family vacation planner.
Create a full Orangeville itinerary

Plan your trip to Orangeville

  • Get a personalized plan

    A complete day-by-day itinerary
    based on your preferences
  • Customize it

    Refine your plan. We'll find the
    best routes and schedules
  • Book it

    Choose from the best hotels
    and activities. Up to 50% off
  • Manage it

    Everything in one place.
    Everyone on the same page.
  • Recently visited with family and this is the first to walk this conservation area. It was a great walk and we enjoyed the scenery even though early in spring season when the trees were just staring to...  more »
  • Awesome place. You can start by going on way or the other and enjoy both directions. I walk it weekly with my furry friend and he loves it... He personally gives it 4 paws.  more »
  • This conservation area has nice walks around the lake (full loop approximately 8km) with plenty of chances to sit and relax or turn back. The pike fishing is often good and bass tend to be a little ha...  more »
  • Went for the Maple Sugarbush Walk and it was an amazing experience. We went for the 1st tour at 7p and was in a group of 15ish people. The guides were super nice and interactive. Amazing experience at the conservation. We were there about an hour in advance so we also got to walk along the lake.
  • Fishing is awesome I've never been skunked on that lake. Bass average is 2 to 4 pounds, Pike 25" to 30 inches Pan fish are plentiful.
  • okk. This place is so much more amazing than I expected. It's relaxing and great for walks
  • Very clean and scenic. Great for a family day
  • OK for a day out...Not good for fishing at all...we spent all day, nothing...many boaters there said the same thing...not many fishes there since last few years. May be early season you may get a few but then they deplete fast. Too much weed underwater and no way you can cast without messing your lures. We lost about $100 worth of lures between three of us, they get caught even if floating on the surface. Boat rental cost $60 half and $90 full day with trolling motor. Boat conditions are very poor. They should get sharp edges fixed especially where metal screws sticking out. Too much weed int he water will jam trolling motor as well so a big spoiler for us. Did some bird photography and air was fresh.