Reservations for the entire 2023 camping season (May 1st - October 15th)
start February 1st at 8 am.
Book your favourite site!
HST # 108163361 RT0001
Wildwood Conservation Area is closed for camping and boating
until May 1, 2023.
There are no washroom facilities available.
The trails are open from dawn until dusk and are groomed as time permits.
We do not rent skis or snowshoes.
We do not monitor the ice depth.
For emergencies please call 911.
Snowmobiles, ATV's or any other recreational motorized vehicles are prohibited at Wildwood Conservation Area on the ice, trails or throughout the campground.
Take nothing but photos, and leave nothing but footprints.
The UTRCA reminds everyone that waterways pose a serious safety hazard. River banks and shorelines are slippery, water temperatures are very cold, and any ice is unstable and thin. We encourage the public to exercise extreme caution around ditches, streams, and rivers, and stay off of frozen ponds and flood control reservoirs. Parents are encouraged to keep their children and pets away from all waterways.
Wildwood Conservation Area is located on the traditional lands of the Attawandaron, Haudenosaunee, and Anishinaabe peoples. We recognize and honour the past, present, and future water and land stewardship of these First Nations. We strive to provide opportunities to nurture connections with the land, water, and each other so that all people will share in the responsibility to protect our natural resources.
Find out more about the Thames River watershed and traditional territory.
All forms of smoking are prohibited in all public spaces within Wildwood Conservation Area. Smoking is only permitted on a registered campsite or in a designated area. Smoke free overnight sites have been designated for those who wish to camp without having anyone smoking on adjacent sites.
Please check the Visitors Guide maps for the designated areas and smoke free campsites. Staff continue to evaluate other smoke free initiatives.