Consecon Children’s Park
Across from the mill ‘Cascades’
Play centre, swings, bike & skateboard ramp, basketball nets, small amphitheater,
Services: Public Washroom (Outhouse).
County Road 29 (Mill Street) at Division Blvd and Porter Streets.
Consecon Mill Dam Conservation Area Pond & Park
The park runs the length of the millpond along Division Blvd. This historic pond has a dam and brought the water to the sluice-way for Consecon Grist Mill until the 70’s. The original millstone is at the waters edge.
Back when the water was up, there was ice fishing and skating on the pond in winter.
Place a blanket out on the grass under a big old tree, or enjoy the picnic tables. Locals fish from both side of the pond.
No Services. No Swimming, No lifeguard – Dam, turbulent waters.
Norris Whitney Memorial Dam Conservation Area
The Morris Whitney Dam on Hwy. 33 and the Consecon Dam built at the site of the old Baldwin Mill control the water level of Lake Consecon as it empties into Wellers Bay. A delightful recreation area around the dams. vices: Public Washroom. Outhouse.
Millenium Trail Crosses through Cosnecon
Consecon Access – Hwy #33 at the Old Feed Station, Salem Rd, Lakeside Dr., across Lake Cosnecon,Hwy #1
The trail system serves as a County wide recreational facility for local residents, visitors and to provide access for farm vehicles by adjacent land owners. The trail corridor is 15 meters in width and 49 kilometers in length and a total land area of 73.5 hectares. The trail starts in Carrying Place and winds through the County to Picton with various vistas and natural landscapes.
The Millennium Trail is an important local off-road connection that links residents and communities along the entire 49 kilometer corridor length. Although, predominantly rural, the corridor passes through several urban areas that are characterized by adjacent residents, street crossings and connections to other walkway systems. The County acquired the abandoned rail line from the Canadian National Railway in 1997 for the purposes of developing a trail system through the County.
The Trail is accessible at several locations throughout the County with specific hiking points in Picton, Wellington, Bloomfield and Consecon.
Wellers Bay Boat Ramp
Wellers Bay Launch
Services: Public Washroom. Outhouse.
158 Edward Drive, Consecon
Cnty Rd 29 to Stinson Block to Edward Dr.
Phone: 613-393-3319 (September to June)
613-399-2030 (3rd week of June to Labour Day)
440 North Beach Rd Consecon, ON, K0K 2T0
Big Beautiful Sand Dunes!
Wellers Bay National Wildlife Conservation Area
Now closed to the public for the protection of wildlife, this area is a great place for fishing. Once beaches were filled, and boating and fishing was enjoyed.. No services. No access.
For special permits click here.