JULY 31, 2020 - Face Coverings are now mandatory in all Enclosed Public Spaces at Pittock Conservation Area. This means when using the washrooms, you must be wearing a face covering. For further information from Southwestern Public Health on this mandate, please click here


Pittock Reservoir & Day Use Activities:

  • Passive watercraft, such as canoes and kayaks, can launch free of charge from within our day use area

  • Boat launch is open for motorboats and sailboats (fees apply)

  • Washrooms in day use area and Roth Park are open

  • Trails are open

  • Playgrounds have now opened both in the Day Use area as well as the campground. Please keep in mind that these surfaces are not sanitized and it is recommended that parents supervise and promote good hand hygiene for any children using the playgrounds.


  • Seasonal camping is open

  • Overnight camping is open for reservations, please click here or call 1-866-668-2267. Reservations required; no walk-ins accepted.

  • Campground washrooms are open

  • Campground shower and laundry facilities will not be open for the 2020 Season, as per the direction of the Health Unit. 

Please note:

  • No rental equipment (canoes and kayaks) for the 2020 season

  • No pool for the 2020 season

  • Laundry facilities and showers will remain closed for the 2020 Season

Record breaking rainfall in January 2020 resulted in high water throughout the entire Thames watershed. This Youtube video demonstrates the importance of restricting development in flood plains and preserving wetlands and forests, and the role of dams, reservoirs, and other flood control structures, such as dykes and flood channels, in protecting people and property.