Lake Laurentian Conservation Area

The trails at the Lake Laurentian Conservation Area are used in all four seasons for hiking, cycling, running, walking, snowshoeing, and cross-country skiing. There are numerous scenic lookouts, lakes, wetlands, and a bird watching blind.

For more information on winter trails for skiing and snowshoeing check out the BioSki Cross Country Ski & Snowshoe Club.

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Lake Laurentian

Access Points

P1 is the main access point located at 2309 South Bay Road. Free parking and a secure bicycle rack are available.

P2 is just over the hill from P1 and is located at 2420 South Bay Road. Free parking is available.

A3 is located at the B.F. Avery Phys. Ed. Centre. Limited pay-and-display parking is available in Lot G.

A4 is located at the north end of Ida Street. On-street parking is available; visitors are reminded to not park in the cul-de-sac and be respectful of residential driveways.

A5 is located south west of Camp Sudaca at the east end of Ramsey Lake. Free parking is available at Moonlight Beach.

To review the Rules of Conduct in Conservation Areas CLICK HERE

About the Foundation

The Nickel District Conservation Foundation, founded in 1982 is a registered charitable organization that supports conservation, programs, and adventure at the Lake Laurentian Conservation Area. For more information and to make a donation, visit

Charitable Registration Number: 119057701 RR 0001

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For more information, please contact us at:

Julie Houle
Director of Advancement
Nickel District Conservation Foundation
401-199 Larch St.
Sudbury ON P3E 5P9