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Boyd Conservation Area

Near Vaughan, Ontario, Canada
Picnic table Picnic shelter Water Primitive (unplumbed) washrooms
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Created by Sean on Nov. 13, 2021, 10:39 p.m.
Updated by Sean on Nov. 17, 2021, 3:27 a.m.


If there was an award for "most picnic tables", Boyd Conservation Area is definitely in the running, if not the winner.

This park has lots of green space along the Humber River, which is partially treed and partially grass. It's only open on the weekends so time your visit carefully, but the peacefulness is worth the wait.

In addition to the hundreds of picnic tables, there are also 17 bookable picnic spaces, picnic shelters, water and outhouses in the park.

Location and reservations

Open seasonally
Admission fee

Picnic facilities

  • Picnic table Picnic table
  • Picnic shelter Picnic shelter
  • Water Water
  • Primitive (unplumbed) washrooms Primitive (unplumbed) washrooms

Other amenities

  • Playground Playground
  • Hiking trail Hiking trail