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Hamilton Conservation Authority
Hamilton Conservation Authority, located at the western end of Lake Ontario, is the area's largest environmental management agency, and is dedicated to the conservation and enjoyment of watershed lands and water resources.
Hamilton Conservation Authority will work to ensure healthy streams and healthy communities in which human needs are met in balance with the needs of the natural environment, now and in the future.
Our Mission Statement:
To lead in the conservation of our watershed’s natural environment.
HCA Annual Membership Pass:
For only $95.00 plus HST, the HCA Membership Pass allows driver and passenger admission to HCA conservation areas for one year from date of purchase. Enjoy Valens, Christie, Dundas Valley, Fifty Point, Confederation Park, Spencer Gorge/Webster's Falls and Westfield Heritage Village. Seniors passes are $68.00 plus HST. Renew your pass for just $85.00 plus HST.
The wallet-size card allows quick and easy access simply by swiping it through automatic gates at Christie, Valens and Dundas Valley Conservation Areas, and Confederation Park. Just one easy swipe and you'll be on your way to hiking great trails, fishing in pristine lakes, picnics, swimming, cycling and magical heritage sites.
Passholders also receive free admission for their family (maximum 7 people) to Westfield Heritage Village public historical programming. They also receive discounts on the HCA’s Conservation Calendar family events, campground discounts, early morning and early evening access to Christie Lake, Valens and Confederation Park with swipe card and at Fifty Point and Dundas Valley’s manned gates. Passholders can also choose from one of several great rewards.
To order an HCA Membership Pass over the phone, please call 905-525-2181. Or, click here.
Visit Our Website:
Wild Waterworks. Westfield Heritage Village. Conservation Areas. Passes. News and Updates. To learn more, please visit www.conservationhamilton.ca.