July 8, 2020
Original Post: March 16, 2020
Following the advice of public health officials, the Raisin Region Conservation Authority (RRCA) Administration Office (18045 County Road 2, Cornwall) closed to the general public on March 17, 2020 and will remain closed until further notice.
Community members and partners are asked to correspond with staff by phone or e-mail. Click here for our staff directory.
Paperwork may be dropped off in a secure dropbox located at the main office entrance.
While our network of nature trails remain open, some amenities are closed at our Conservation Areas. While enjoying our trails, visitors are to practice physical distancing and avoid gathering in groups or touching common surfaces.
MASKS: As ordered by the Eastern Ontario Health Unit under the Emergency Management and Civil Protection Act, visitors are required to wear a mask when entering any of the RRCA's enclosed public facilities (unless they are exempt). Please visit the links below for details.
To view detailed information about our Conservation Areas and recreational services, visit the links below:
- Gray’s Creek Conservation Area
- Cooper Marsh Conservation Area
- Charlottenburgh Park (we will post on our Facebook page once the beach is at capacity for the day)
- Gray’s Creek Marina