Petticoat Creek Conservation Area, Pickering
Categories: Wildlife Areas, Nature & Parks
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We dropped into Petticoat Creek for a picnic with friends. Found the Lake view spot which has a perfect of the lake. The only issues that I had was the dust from the road and the condition of the wash... read more »
Kids above 7 can have a swimming test to swim alone. Saw YMCA camp there. Swimming pool, wading pool and splash park are next to each other. Pool entrance is four dollars something for everyone above ... read more »
We arrived never having been before. We had seen the prices online but didn't realize there was a cost at the gate to enter the park PLUS the pool fee. So that started things on a bit of a downside- n... read more »
Little bit expensive if you are going there just to enjoy swiming pool which can get closed pretty often because of accidents in the pool. Staff is good, they clean up very fast. Good place for BBQ and for large gathering. 6.5 just to enter the area and almost 5 dollars for swiming pool.
Talk about wide open spaces ... Relax and have fun with family and friends. Splash pad, kiddies pool and full pool available to cool you down when the heat gets too much. Great place to spend a day, lots of trees for shade and public washrooms.
Way too expensive for a family of 4 or more. The wading pool areas are nice but you can get wading pools for free in within the city. The washrooms are completely filthy. There is a separate admission charge of $4.75 per person to get into the pool areas and you would think that for this cost of admission they would have at least some clean bathrooms. It's also quite packed with people. The parking lot was nearly almost full. We got lucky and found a spot as someone was pulling out. For $27.50 it was definitely not good value for your money.
Great park, nice beach, very large and beautiful greenery everywhere. Nice large roofed area so you can use the park regardless of the weather, nearby beach and fishing area and has an amazing view of the lake.
Water was clean. Splash pad is fun. Went with a camp. The ratio is 1 staff to 4 kids or with life jackets 1 staff to 8 kids ... Children have to take a small swim test to swim without a life jacket
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