Milne Dam Conservation Park

COVID-19 Health and Safety:

  • Maximum occupancy of 300 vehicles
  • Access is limited to ensure visitors can keep a safe distance of 2 meters or 6 feet      
  • Follow provincial gathering limits
  • Rental permit applications are not being accepted for 2021 at this time

Hours of Operation:

  • Weekdays: 8:00 AM to dusk
  • Weekends: 8:00 AM to dusk and 9:00am to dusk (Victoria Day Weekend to Thanksgiving Day Weekend)

Admission Fees: Charged beginning May 22, 2021 for the season.

  • Weekdays: Admission Free
  • Weekends & Statutory Holidays:
    • Adults: $4.50
    • Seniors: $3.50
    • Children 15 & Under: Free

Admission due upon entry. Credit and debit accepted. No cash.

Fees are charged on weekends and statutory holidays. Free admission on weekdays.

Rules & Regulations:

  • Only charcoal BBQs allowed; no other propane fired devices allowed.
  • Parking is available in designated areas only. Violators may be tagged and/or towed at the owner’s expense.
  • Parking is available in marked parking spaces only – NO PARKING ON THE GRASS
  • No electrical amplification including PA systems, megaphones and car stereos, CD players, radios, etc. allowed in park.
  • Anyone using abusive language, or conducting themselves in a manner that interferes with the use or enjoyment of the park by other persons, may be removed from the park without refund.
  • No alcoholic beverages or intoxicant of any kind to be consumed on the premises.
  • Canopies, tarps, marquees, and/or tents larger than 10’ X 10’ in size are not permitted in the park.
  • Fires are not permissible on park premises.
  • Nets, tarps, ropes, swings or other objects are not to be attached to trees.
  • Speed limit of 10 km is to be obeyed at all times on park premises.
  • No person shall install stakes, fence post or similar devices that may damage the underground utilities.
  • No inflatable devices (jumping castles) are allowed in the park.

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