Fifty Point master plan public comment process

Fifty Point Conservation Area (Fifty Point) is an 80-hectare property owned and managed by the Hamilton Region Conservation Authority (HCA) located on Lake Ontario at the mouth of Fifty Mile Creek. Fifty Point is at the easterly boundary of HCA’s watershed and within the municipal boundary of the City of Stoney Creek and the Town of Grimsby.

HCA started acquiring land for Fifty Point in 1970 and the original development plans were prepared in 1975. The conservation area opened to the public in 1978 and since then site development has been guided through two Master Plans. This plan updates and replaces the 2000 Master Plan. The recommendations in this Master Plan are intended to help guide and direct our management, capital improvements and operation of Fifty Point for the next ten years.

We Want to Hear from You!

Your input will help us draft a new plan for conservation and land management at Fifty Point for the next ten years.

Visit our community engagement site and fill out a survey, or submit your input on the plan.

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