Heart Lake Conservation Park

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10818 Heart Lake Rd Brampton, ON L6Z 0B3 Get Directions


  • Accessible Facilities Available
  • Swimming at Wild Wetland Splash and Pool
  • Picnic Sites Available
  • Boat Rentals
  • Pets Permitted on Leash
  • Washrooms

Enjoy outdoor fun with the beauty of nature as your backdrop at Heart Lake Conservation Park. From fishing in the lake or frolicking at our new pool and splash pad, to speeding above the water on one of our twin zip lines, Heart Lake offers all the best in outdoor entertainment.


TRCA reminds all nature seekers to be extremely cautious when enjoying time outside this winter, and to stay on designated trails at all times.

Ice is never 100% safe. Please STAY OFF local TRCA rivers, streams, ponds, reservoirs, wetlands and marshes. Conditions are not being monitored and ice may be unsafe.

Venturing out onto the ice is NOT a permitted activity at TRCA parks. Do not put yourself and others at risk.


Please Note:

  • Prior to coming to this location, every visitor must do the Ontario Ministry of Health self-assessment for COVID-19. If they do not pass the assessment, they should not visit the location.
  • Wearing a mask or a face covering is required in indoor TRCA facilities as per municipal by-laws. All visitors entering an indoor premise are required to wear a mask or face covering while inside. Please arrive prepared with a mask or face covering.



STAY SAFE! Stay on the trails you see on the map.



Wild Wetland Splash Pad and Pool offers clean and safe water fun for kids of all ages.


  • Closed

*Weather Permitting


  • Parks Members:* $2.75
  • Non Members: $4.75 (Plus Park Admission)

*Parks Members must show membership card to receive special price.

Wild wetland splash at heart lake conservation area


  • Fully accessible 840 sq metre swimming pool (8 ft. deep)
  • 30 + wetland themed water features
  • 550 person capacity
  • State-of-the-art water conservation technology
  • Located in natural wilderness surroundings

Fitness Trail

Tired of exercising in crowded gyms? Enjoy your workout in a natural setting instead! Our new fitness trail at Heart Lake Conservation Park features four outdoor fitness stations that offer:

  • Accessible Fitness Opportunities
  • Strength Training
  • Cardio Activities
  • Enhanced Stretching

young mother exercises at various stations of the heart lake fitness trail

Treetop Trekking

Enjoy the beauty of Heart Lake Conservation Park from high in the forest canopy, at our new Zip Line and Aerial Game Park. The aerial park features eight courses, 10 zip lines and more than 75 aerial games, including:

  • Log bridges
  • Cable traverses
  • Balance logs
  • Tarzan swings

Other highlights include:

  • Twin 1,000-foot zip lines crossing right over Heart Lake!

Treetop Trekking age, height, weight restrictions and course rules apply.

women enjoy treetop trekking at heart lake conservation area


Learn to Fish at Heart Lake is a hands-on program for new anglers. This is a great opportunity to learn everything you need to know to have a safe and fun fishing experience.

Over the course of two hours you will learn all about fishing in Ontario — and you might even catch one for yourself!


young girls fishing at heart lake conservation area

Boat Rentals


  • May & September: Weekends from 10 am to 5 pm
  • June, July & August: 7 days a week from 10 am to 6 pm

*Boat rental hours are subject to change due to inclement weather and/or special events. Note boat rentals are closed Sunday May 26.


With 10 picnic sites located throughout the park, Heart Lake Conservation Park can easily accommodate groups, both large and small. Our friendly customer service representatives will help you determine the best site for your group, and will even set you up with caterers, tent rental and entertainment companies. For more information, visit www.picnics.ca.


Heart Lake Conservation Park’s hiking trails offer some of the most panoramic vistas in southern Ontario. Let exploration captivate you. Tall ridges surround you as you enter the woodlands. Curved trails guide you up hills, through flowered meadows, and past a still kettle lake nestled deep in the forest’s heart. Wander past hidden marshes and along a wooden boardwalk, discovering more of the beauty of the forest with every step.

Medicine Wheel Garden

The concept of a medicine wheel garden at Heart Lake came as a vision from a male elder of the Anishnawbe Nation. Working together, Toronto and Region Conservation Authority (TRCA), Peel Aboriginal Network, Heart Lake Community Action Area Group and the City of Brampton, created the Medicine Wheel Garden (Gitigaan Mashkiki) at Heart Lake Conservation Park, a space for healing, celebration and peace. The official opening was celebrated on May 20, 2010.

  • Learn more about the Heart Lake Medicine Wheel Garden – including plant identification and maintenance (Opens a PDF document).

TreeCaching Trail

Watershed TreeCaching provides an opportunity for trail users to embark on a self guided tour of the landscape. With the aid of smart phone technology, participants will learn about the tree species they encounter while discovering the rich cultural and natural heritage of our watersheds.

  • Learn more about Heart Lake Conservation Park’s TreeCaching Trail.

Cross Country Running

During the fall, Heart Lake Conservation Park plays host to a number of cross country races. The large shade trees offer runners the perfect conditions for training and competition. Our friendly staff has plenty of experience hosting cross country runs and will help make your next race a success.

Day Camps

During the summer months, Heart Lake Conservation Area plays host to numerous day camps and day cares. We offer an ideal location with many shaded areas, picnic shelters for lunch and snack times, open fields for sports and plenty of washrooms. Special permit pricing applies.

Private Functions

For more information, date availability or to book an appointment to visit the facilities, please call 416.667.6295 or picnics@trca.on.ca


  • Barrier free Splash Pad with accessible washroom facilities.

Pet Policy

Pets are permitted at most Toronto and Region Conservation areas. However, to ensure everyone’s safety and enjoyment, we do insist that:

  • Pets are kept on a leash no longer than 2 metres at all times.
  • Owners clean up after their pets.
  • Pets are not permitted in the Aquatic or Visitor Centres.
  • A maximum of three pets per person/family.
  • Pets are never to be left unattended.

For more information, please read our Domestic Animals Policy. READ OUR PET POLICY.  

Park Fees

To make a reservation please call 416.667.6295 (Mon-Fri, 8:30 am-4:30 pm) General Admission (HST included):

Per Person
Adult (15+) $7.50
Senior (65+) $6.50
Youth (5-14) $4.50
Children (4 and under) FREE

Pool & Splash Pad (HST included):

Per Person
Per Person (age 2+) per day $4.75
TRCA Parks Membership (per person/day) $2.75
Under 2 Years FREE
Book of 10 Passes $ 38.00

Schools, Day Camps and Groups:

Per Person
Children (2-14) $4.75
Children (Admission & Water Play Facility) $8.75
Adult (for every 10 children, 1 accompanying adult receives a free admission) $11.25

Angling Fee (in addition to general admission):

Per Person
Adults N/A
Children 5-14 N/A

Boat Rental (in addition to general admission):

Per Hour  $20
4 Hours $50