Belfountain Conservation Area

The Belfountain Conservation Area is a 13 hectare seasonal oasis perched atop the Niagara Escarpment, and is home to beautiful waterfalls, water fountains and scenic foliage in Caledon. 

The Belfountain Conservation Area is located in the hamlet of Belfountain on Credit Road, northwest of the town of Caledon.

Get up-to-date information about the Belfountain Conservation Area on the Credit Valley Conservation website. For information about other places of interest to explore nearby, keep scrolling to see what Destination Ontario recommends. 

Large jagged rock face within a forest, covered in moss and trees.

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Belfountain Conservation Area’s fairytale setting makes it a favourite among photographers and newlyweds. Visitors will swoon as they traverse the famous suspension bridge and spend hours gazing at the waterfalls and limestone cliffs, or spend their afternoon exploring the Yellowstone Cave and the historic Belle Fountain–both fixtures remain largely unchanged since the 19th century. 

Visit the Belfountain Conservation Area in autumn and watch your surroundings become awash with golden leaves. Anglers and admirers alike will enjoy the clear freshwater lakes filled with Brown and Brook Trout. 

Visitors can also enjoy hiking various trails around the Belfountain Conservation Area. Explore the 1.7 km Trimble Trail, which branches out from the Bruce Trail and traces the slopes of the West Credit River Valley, down to the Forks of the Credit, or the short yet rugged 0.7 km Gorge Loop Trail that leads into the Niagara Escarpment outcrops.

Prolong your adventure by exploring its home village of Belfountain! It’s a charming little hamlet on the Forks of the Credit Road filled with quaint homegrown stores and cafés. Buy unique souvenirs from The Common Good general store in Belfountain, or enjoy a hot cup of fair-trade coffee with a freshly-baked cookie at the Higher Ground Café. Planning a hike-hopping trip? The Cheltenham Badlands (check out its iconic red hills!) and Terra Cotta Conservation Area are both under 15 minutes away by car! Gourmands and cider enthusiasts will also be glad to know that the Spirit Tree Estate Cidery is only a 10 minute drive away. Cap off your adventures with their artisanal hard ciders and locally sourced meals and pastries while gazing out at their scenic apple orchard.