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Terra Cotta Conservation Area, located in Halton Hills, Ontario has seven trails ranging in difficulty and span more than eight kilometers. Terra Cotta also plays host to a section of the Bruce Trail that continues out of the area. While hiking along the trail, you can expect to encounter forests, meadows, lakes, and ponds. If you're lucky, you could also spot a deer, woodpecker, or even a turtle.

Terra Cotta is a great place to go for hikers of all ages and skill levels. While some trails are flatter and offer an easier hike, some have elevation changes and more rugged conditions. There are also washrooms on-site and a small park store should you need any supplies.

Park Access

Use the map below to locate Terra Cotta Conservation Area's entrance and get driving directions.

Useful Information

  • The terrain is relatively flat with a few small hills.

  • The trails are family-friendly but can be a bit bumpy in some sections for strollers.

  • During winter, Terra Cotta Lane and McGregor Spring Pond trails are designated for cross-country skiing only.

  • There are restrooms on-site.

  • View Terra Cotta Trail Map.

  • There is an entry fee and ample parking.

  • Connects with the Bruce Trail.

Trail Photos

Browse through photos of Terra Cotta Conservation Area taken by fellow Halton Hikers members.

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