Tiffin Center


Location: Angus, Ontario
Region: Southwestern
Character: NVCA Administrative Area
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Length/Size: 500 acres

Tiffin Center
By Nottawasaga Valley Conservation Authority

Close to 200 hectares (500 acres) make up the Tiffin Conservation Area (CA). Situated between Barrie and Angus, this Conservation Area is known for its diverse forests, wheelchair-accessible trail system, environmental education program, annual Maple Syrup Festival.

The Tiffin Conservation Area has much to offer visitors including a mixture of wetlands, forests, open meadows, ancient lake beds and glacial shorelines. All can be found as you hike over 17 kilometers of looped return trails. Home to the NVCA John Hix Administrative Centre and the John L. Jose Environmental Education Centre, Tiffin welcomes people young and old to enjoy all it has to offer.

How to get there:
From the City of Barrie, go west on County Rd. 90 to the 8th Line of Essa. Turn left (south) and travel for 4 km to the entranceway on your left.