Welcome to O'Hara Mill Homestead & Conservation Area
Enjoy a wonderful experience while exploring the 85 acre Conservation Area which includes pioneer buildings, beautiful gardens, nature trails, sheltered picnic areas and a lovely mill pond with its new dam and covered bridge.
Five of the original 11 pioneer buildings occupy the site along with additional buildings to represent the lifestyle of the past. These buildings have been restored by dedicated craftsmen and volunteers for the enjoyment of everyone and particularly for those who value the importance of preserving our heritage.
There's nothing quite like it........anywhere in Ontario!!
Many wild flowers have already blossomed, or are about to, on the network of the 9 kms of walking trails in the Conservation Area at O'Hara Mill. Water levels are down in Deer Creek so the two crossings on the Lois Wishart and McEathron Trails are navigable. All of the fallen trees and branches due to the early May ice storm earlier have been removed to ensure the safety of your hike.
Last Updated ( May 29, 2013 at 05:20 AM )