E.M. Warwick Conservation Area
As COVID-19 cases continue to rise, a one month long provincewide shutdown is in effect as of Saturday, April 3, at 12:01 a.m. To find out what this means please go to this link:
PROVINCEWIDE STAY-AT-HOME ORDER Effective Thursday, April 8, 2021 at 12:01 a.m., requiring everyone to remain at home except for essential purposes, such as going to the grocery store or pharmacy, accessing health care services (including getting vaccinated), for outdoor exercise , or for work that cannot be done remotely. The Stay-at-home order will last for at least 28 days, which is until May 6.
OUR CONSERVATION AREAS REMAIN OPEN FOR DAY USE TO THE PUBLIC WITH LIMITED SERVICES/FACILITIES
Outdoor social gatherings must comply with public health advice on physical distancing of at least 2 metres and have no more than 5 people. Masks are recommended.
- TRAIL ETIQUETTE:
– schedule your trail use to avoid times of high use, conservation areas are generally open from 9 a.m. until sunset 7 days a week.
– maintain your social distance of minimum 2 metres
– no group interaction
– maximum outdoor social gatherings 5 people
– single file activity only
– wear a mask outdoors if you cannot social distance 2 metres
– when passing people, step as far to the side as possible and pass on the left
– expect and respect other users
– keep all pets on a leash and pick up after your pet
– remove all your litter and pet litter from the conservation area – there are no garbage cans on site
– abide by all Conservation Area Regulations
ALL PUBLIC WASHROOMS IN CONSERVATION AREAS ARE CLOSED:
Please note that our public washrooms at Longwoods Road, Big Bend, C.M. Wilson and Sharon Creek Conservation Areas are NOT currently open.
THERE IS NO DRINKING WATER
This 14 hectare property was acquired in 1974 by the Lower Thames Valley Conservation Authority. It was named after the owner who donated the site to the Rotary Club in 1956. The area was operated by the local service club as a youth camp and continues to serve in this capacity as a conservation area.
Conservation Areas are NOT off-leash dog parks. ALL DOGS AND PETS MUST BE LEASHED. UNLEASHED PETS ARE A FINEABLE OFFENCE. CLEAN-UP AFTER YOUR PET! Section 10.-(2) and (3) Under the Conservation Authorities Act.
E.M.Warwick Conservation Area is located at 26135 Warwick Line on the north shore of Lake Erie between Wallacetown and Eagle in the Municipality of West Elgin. Follow Talbot Trail (Hwy 3) east from Eagle, take McKillop Side Road south for 3 km. E. M. Warwick Conservation Area is located to the east off of Warwick Line.
Lat/Long 42.571, -81.530 UTM 456470, 4713270
There is a main hall that has picnic tables, a serviced washroom with a shower, and a kitchen. Group camping is available with four cabins. Group camping reservations are necessary. For group camping and facility rental fees click here.
A walking trail through the ravine leads to the lakeshore.
Tel: 519-354-7310 or Email: email@example.com. Winter use is available.
E.M.Warwick Conservation Area is located on the north shore of Lake Erie. Wooded Carolinian forests and ravines, streams and open space support abundant wildlife.
26135 Warwick Line - West Elgin
26135 Warwick Line