Terra Cotta Conservation Area

Terra Cotta is a trail lover’s paradise.  A variety of trails take visitors past the forests, fields, lakes and ponds of the Niagara Escarpment surroundings and let you experience natural settings, so close to urban and rural developments.  The trails at Terra Cotta accommodate all levels of trail users, from beginner to expert with a variety of terrains and distances.

Please note in the winter months Terra Cotta Lane and McGregor Spring Pond trail are designated for cross-country skiing only.  Great loop trails for hiking and snowshoeing include the wetland trail and the AF Coventry trail.

Name Terra Cotta Conservation Area Trails
Description The trail begins at Terra Cotta Conservation Area, heads north, loops back along the Rockside Side Trail to the main trail and then follows the Terra Cotta Side Trail back to the main trail and back to 10th line.
Activities Hiking, biking, fishing, cross country skiing, skating, and snowshoeing
Location 14452 Winston Churchill Bld., Regional Rd 19
Maps Terra Cotta Trail Map
Parking Yes parking lot (accessible)
Trail Head Trailhead: N43.710341 W79.962958
Trail End Depends on the trail chosen.
Distance Various trails from 1 km to 5 km.
Difficulty Easy to moderate
Surfaces Natural
Amenities Indoor washroom (accessible), food, and merchandise.
Landmarks Mature forests, lakes and ponds
Cost Adults: $5.00
Children (ages 6-12): $3.00
Senior (age 60+): $3.00
Maximum charge per vehicle of up to 6 people: $22.00
Memberships available
Trail Web Site Terra Cotta Conservation Brochure
Closest Town Caledon