The NVCA asks visitors to respect physical distancing rules and not to gather in groups of larger than 10 people, and staying at least 2 metres (or 6 feet) away from other groups.
New Lowell Conservation Area
New Lowell offers a beautifully kept seasonal campground and a day-use park. The large wooded sites have hydro and water, two clean sandy beaches, and a large reservoir for fishing, paddleboating or canoeing.
Managed by Jane and Ann Kidd, the campground offers a clubhouse, laundry and shower facilities. Walking trails and private sites in a quite family setting are just some of the features offered. The managers set and collect all fees; NVCA parking passes are not valid at this site.
On the north side of the pond, there is a beautiful conservation park for day use and group functions. This area is complete with a sandy beach, picnic areas and pavilion.
For more information on seasonal camping including rates and availability, visit the New Lowell Family Campground or call 705-424-2942.
Follow the Conservation signs to 2894 Hogback Rd. in the village of New Lowell (map)