Fishing | Natural Heritage | Parks | Trails

Find tranquility at Glen Haffy Conservation Area while fishing at its ponds stocked with rainbow trout, or hiking along the serene trails through mature forests that wind along the Niagara Escarpment and Oak Ridges Moraine. This park is a great place to escape to, and it includes:

  • Fish Hatchery – Glen Haffy’s on-site fish-rearing facility raises thousands rainbow trout that are released into the fishing ponds at Glen Haffy Conservation Area and the Headwater Trout Ponds, home to the Glen Haffy Fly Fishers Club
  • Nature Trails – through mature forests and along dramatic hills offer breathtaking views
  • Quiet Open Spaces – for Group BBQs and Picnics
  • Glen Haffy Fly Fishing Club – Membership provides access to private Headwater Trout Ponds, rowboats and a log cabin

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On the trails: Glen Haffy Conservation Area


Glen Haffy Fly Fishers Club

Fly Fishing at its Best!

Welcome to our secret fishing hole at the Headwaters Trout Ponds – the ideal spot for sport fishers of all ages.
Our facilities include:

  • Rowboats
  • New Docks
  • A Log Cabin
  • Resident Brook Trout Population
  • Fiesty Rainbow Trout

Each year, we raise thousands of rainbow trout at our fish rearing facility. Once they weigh between one and five pounds, these big trout find their way to the Headwaters Trout Ponds.

Join Today!

The fly fishing season runs from April – October. The benefits of being a Glen Haffy Fly Fishers Club member include:

  • Access to the private Headwaters Trout Ponds six days per week
  • Situated on 600 acres of pristine conservation land at the crossroads of the Oak Ridges Moraine and the Niagara Escarpment
  • Hike along nature trails that wind through the forest and the Bruce Trail
  • Catch and release all day, then take home your prize fish of the day
  • Some of the best bird watching in Southern Ontario

Four ways to register:

By mail
Glen Haffy Fly Fishers Club
c/o Glen Haffy Conservation Area
P.O. Box 78
Palgrave, Ontario
L0N 1P0

By fax
(905) 584-0029

By phone
Glen Haffy (905) 584-2922

In person
Glen Haffy Conservation Area (park office)
19245 Airport Road
10km north of Caledon East