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Parrott’s Bay Conservation Area

Tranquil, scenic and well-maintained

Parrott’s Bay Conservation Area near Amherstview in Loyalist Township is managed by the Cataraqui Region Conservation Authority.

It’s an amazing 117 hectare (289 acre) property with a variety of wooded areas, wetlands, and beautiful waterfront views. Six kilometres of trails cross woodland, wetland and field areas. As a public recreation area, Parrott’s Bay is a source of passive enjoyment for anglers, and naturalists.

This conservation area is open from 7:30 to dusk, please stay on marked trails to prevent damage and soil erosion.

A great place for:

  • Hiking
  • Fishing
  • Picnic
  • Dog-friendly
Parrott’s Bay Conservation Area
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acres of forest, wetlands & waterfront views
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Parrott's Bay opens for public recreation
Parrott’s Bay Conservation Area
Parrott’s Bay Conservation Area
Parrott’s Bay Conservation Area
Parrott’s Bay Conservation Area
Parrott’s Bay Conservation Area
Parrott’s Bay Conservation Area

Fun Facts

  • See if you can spot a geocache in this area
  • Trails are not maintained during the winter
  • Trail 1 has a lookout at the end
  • No facilities on site
  • Easy water entry for dogs to swim

Location and more details:

4976 Bath Road, Amherstview

Directions: Parrott’s Bay Conservation Area is located between Amherstview and Bath. The entrance is on Loyalist Parkway (Hwy. 33).

Tel: 613.546.4228

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