Niagara Peninsula Conservation Authority Claimed

Nature For All

Visit over 30 conservation areas this summer and discover adventure, wonder, and nature.

Niagara Peninsula Conservation Authority (NPCA) has a plethora of family-friendly recreational opportunities to discover, such as camping, RVing, exploring, boating, hiking, and even zip lining! Don’t forget about the beaches! Laugh and splash this summer as you swim, fish, canoe, kayak, or float at NPCA’s waterfront locations across the Niagara Peninsula Watershed. Offering you and your family everything from educational opportunities and recreational fun to scientific studies of the flora and fauna of Southern Ontario, NPCA is where you want to be this summer.  

The Niagara Peninsula Conservation Authority (NPCA) is a community-based natural resource management agency that protects, enhances, and sustains healthy watersheds. With 65 years of experience, the NPCA offers watershed programs and services that focus on flood and hazard management, source water protection, species protection, ecosystem restoration, community stewardship, and land management. NPCA is one of 36 Conservation Authorities in the Province of Ontario and manages 41 Conservation Areas within the Niagara Peninsula watershed held in public trust for recreation, heritage preservation, conservation, and education.

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