Grey Sauble Conservation owns and manages 11,734 hectares (28,995 acres) of land throughout its 3,191 square kilometre (1,983 square mile) jurisdiction. Our properties have been divided into one of three classifications based upon the reasons for their purchase, conditions on title and our management objectives. These classifications are: Conservation Areas, Management Areas and Nature Preserves. Parking Fees are required on the properties listed below. Revenue generated from parking fees goes back into the maintainence of our properties and capital projects.
All Grey Sauble Conservation lands are protected by the Conservation Authorities Act. Provincial regulations are in place to protect and conserve our natural resources for future generations. Permitted activity signs are posted at most access points. These signs reflect activities that are permissible and activities not listed are considered prohibited. No Camping is allowed on Grey Sauble Conservation lands.
*Hunting is a permitted in our Management Areas only. Download our Properties and Permitted Activities Map
- Pay by Phone – Call toll free 1-844-334-7078 and select the ZONE Number from the sign for your parking pass.
- Pay by App – Download the MacKay App. A free App available from iTunes or for Android
- Pay be Web – mackaypay.com Choose the ZONE Number from the sign you are at, representing the Conservation Area you are visiting.
- PARKING ZONES NUMBERS if you are purchasing before visiting our Conservation Areas –
Inglis Falls Conservation Area – Daily Parking Pass $6.00 (Weekends $8.00 – May long weekend to Labour Day Weekend and including Thanksgiving Weekend)
All other Conservation Areas – Daily Parking Pass $6.00 or purchase a Seasons Pass, $40.00, for the year at all our areas.
Spirit Rock is #3001 Bruce’s Caves is # 3002 Eugenia Falls is #3003
Old Baldy is #3004 Bognor Marsh is #3005 Hibou is #3006
Inglis Falls is #3007 Ainslie Woods is #3008
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