Explore: Waterloo's Laurel Creek Conservation Area
June 27, 2018
Author: Park Property Management
If you're looking for a great summer vacation destination, Laurel Creek Conservation Area in Waterloo is loaded with adventures, quiet picnic spots, and of course, a beautiful sandy beach!
Here at Park Property Management, we know that you work hard, and that quality time with the family is important. Having a vacation destination close to home like Laurel Creek Conservation Area makes creating summer memories fun and affordable.
Just how close to home is this amazing 294 hectare park? Access the park within 15 minutes from any of our Waterloo and Kitchener buildings, arrive to the park in less than 40 minutes from our Guelph and Stratford buildings, and for those planning to stay a few days, it's just an hour drive from Burlington, Oakville, and Tillsonburg!
This park has so much to offer those looking for fun outdoor adventures! The Laurel Creek Reservoir is a beautiful body of water perfect for swimming or relaxing on the large sandy beach. Bring your canoe for a quiet paddle around the lake, or rent one from the Gatehouse. This park also has two playgrounds, a baseball diamond, and plenty of space for your family to enjoy outdoor games and picnics. Explore the park while hiking or cycling throughout the 4.5 kilometre nature trails.
Pack your camping gear, because Laurel Creek is a great place to camp! Choose to set up your tent on a radio free, unserviced site, or drive your RV or trailer to a serviced site and enjoy sewer and water hook-ups. Either way, all sites are wooded to offer privacy, and some even have a lakeside view. Don't forget to pack your fishing pole and tacklebox so you can try to catch some carp!
To book your camping adventure at Laurel Creek Conservation Area, call the park at 1-877-558-4722 or book a site online. There is a maximum of 6 people allowed per camp site, so additional people will require extra sites. Check in any time after 2pm, and check out by noon.
Take the short drive to Laurel Creek Conservation Area with your family this summer. Stay for a day or several days and return feeling refreshed, relaxed, and rejuvenated!