Trails may be slippery from changing winter conditions, please use caution when using NVCA conservation areas.
Please note that conservation area user fees will increase on January 1, 2021. See updated fees and learn how your fees are used to maintain our conservation areas.
Our washrooms remain closed at this time. We ask 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)