Discover What’s Unique About Your Local Conservation Areas
Lift your spirits by reconnecting with the historically significant natural areas in Ottawa’s Mississippi Valley watershed. From Nepean sandstone buildings to native orchid blooms, get together with a large group or just go out on your own:
- Diminish work related stress and get those endorphins pumping. Stroll through the wildflower filled fen wetland at Purdon Conservation Area’s in summer and ski through upland forests in winter.
- Go for a paddle in urban Ottawa at the Morris Island Conservation Area.
- Encourage social development in your kids or students with outdoor education school programs and summer camps. Help them discover themselves and local diversity alongside the Indian River at the beautiful Mill of Kintail Conservation Area.
There’s so much to learn, see and do in Mississippi Valley Conservation Areas:
Check What’s On to see upcoming Mississippi Valley events you won’t want to miss, like the next Night Sky Conservation evening where you’ll learn about astronomy and protecting the night sky using economical lighting alternatives for homeowners and businesses.
Check out MVCA Conservation Areas and many others across the province. Conservation Authorities provide so much to see and do in nature across Ontario.