SILVER CREEK CONSERVATION AREA
Silver Creek Conservation Area, located in Halton Hills, Ontario, offers hikers a selection of six trails to choose from including the Bruce Trail which connects them all together. Silver Creek holds many beautiful sights including Trilliums that cover the forest floor, scenic lookouts over the Niagara Escarpment, and giant rock formations.
Silver Creek's trails range from easy to difficult, especially during the mud and ice seasons. The trails are relatively flat in some places and punctuated by rocks, tree routes, and other small obstacles in others. With several creek crossings through the area, Silver Creek is also a delight to the ears with the sounds of fresh running water and a chorus of different bird species singing.
Use the map below to locate Silver Creek Conservation Area's entrance and get driving directions.
Trails are a mix of flat and more challenging terrain (will have to hike over/around small obstacles.
Silver Creek Conservation Area isn't recommended for strollers or wheelchairs.
Silver Creek does not have an entrance fee.
Parking along the side of the road (no formal lot)
Connects with the Bruce Trail.
Browse through photos of Silver Creek Conservation Area taken by fellow Halton Hikers members.