Bruce's Mill Conservation Park is off Stouffville Road in Whitchurch–Stouffville, part of the Regional Municipality of York, Canada. This conservation area encompasses approximately 108 hectares (267 acres) and features a rich and diverse ecosystem. It includes 1.2 hectares of wetlands and 44 hectares of deciduous, coniferous, and mixed forests. Ownership and management of BMCA fall under the purview of the Toronto and Region Conservation Authority (TRCA). Visitors to BMCA can indulge in a wide range of activities and attractions. These include picnicking, hiking, soccer and baseball fields, a golf driving range, birdwatching, nature observation, a Treetop Trekking aerial course, and a BMX track. Additionally, the park offers a professionally designed facility nestled within a natural park setting, making it an ideal destination. Bruce's Mill Conservation Park caters to various needs, providing numerous areas for leisure and recreation.
• Ample restroom facilities
• Open fields beckon for sports
• Picnic shelters.