Conservation Areas

The following conservation areas are located in the Plympton-Wyoming area.  Note:  Both conservation have been assumed by the Town of Plympton-Wyoming.

McEwen Park

The 4 hectare McEwen Park (Charles J. McEwen Conservation Area) is a great place for a swim and a picnic. The area features a 200 metre sandy beach and a picnic area. Several species of trees have been planted to return much of the area to forest.

Parking is available at this location.

Address: 4318 Lakeshore Road, Plympton-Wyoming, ON

Highland Glen Park

The Highland Glen Park (formerly known as Highland Glen Conservation Area) is 11 hectares of beautiful forested ravine land and a 600 metre beach along Lake Huron. The Park includes a boat ramp and safe harbour allowing access to Lake Huron for boaters. A picnic pavilion makes this Area a great place for a summer day trip.

This location features parking and a boat launch.

Address: 5046 Lakeshore Road, Plympton-Wyoming, ON 

Note:  The park closes seasonally as the Town does not provide snow maintenance to roadways within Highland Glen. Please contact the Town to inquire if the park is closed for the season.

Learn more about Conservation Lands.