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Contact Foley Mountain Conservation area
Rebecca Whitman
Area Supervisor,

105 Perth Road North, Box 244
Westport, ON
Tel: 613-273-3255

Visit Us!
Foley Mountain Conservation Area is just outside the scenic village of Westport, 45 minutes south of Smiths Falls, 50 minutes north of Brockville, 45 minutes north of Kingston. Click here for map.

Day Pass $6/vehicle (pay at entrance and display on dash board)

Annual Pass
— Pay Machines accept coin or credit card

Annual Passes can be
purchased at:
— Interpretive Centre (where applicable)
— Pay Machine (receipt can be redeemed for permanent pass)
Rideau Valley Conservation Centre (3889 Rideau Valley Dr. Manotick, ON K4M 1A5)

For more information on our
Annual Pass
(click the image above)



High atop a granite ridge overlooking the historic Upper Rideau waterway and Village of Westport is Foley Mountain. Foley is famous for its dynamic, hands-on, education programs for school children and youth groups. Enjoy the scenic lookout, hiking trails and picnic areas.

Trails — 9 kilometres

Special Features

  • Spy Rock scenic lookout
  • hiking and snowshoeing trails
  • interpretive centre
  • Discovery Centre
  • education and summer programs
  • natural swimming area on Upper Rideau Lake
  • facility rental
  • group camping
  • Dogs allowed on leash except at the natural swimming area.

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Education at Foley Mountain
School Programs — Where fun, adventure and learning
come naturally

The outdoor environmental education program at Foley Mountain provides students with interactive, experiential, curriculum-based experiences that will help them to understand our natural world and their relationship with it.

Let Foley Mountain's Education Programs help you teach the Ontario science curriculum from junior kindergarten all the way through high school. Programs range from Beaver Pond Bonanza to Orienteering to Snowshoeing and everything in between!  NEW THIS YEAR – GPS and Geocaching program thanks to a generous donation by Mountain Equipment Co-op.  The program can accommodate up to 60 students per day and all equipment is provided. All programs are approximately 1.5 hours in duration.


  • $150 per class (maximum 30 students) for a half day program
  • $225 per class (maximum 30 students) for a full day program
  • Camping (programming not included) - $6/person/night

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Interpretive Programs

Summer Programs at Foley


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Get active this summer at Foley Mountain!
Join in our family nature programs, day camps, morning and full day programs

2015 Foley Summer Programs and Camps

  • Outdoor Leadership & Adventure Camp: 9-14 yrs, $35/camper
    July 14, 9am-4pm
  • Kinders in the Woods: 4-6 yrs, $15/camper
    July 17, 9am-11:30am
  • Nature Explorers: 6-12 yrs, $175/camper
    July 20 – 24, 9am-4pm
  • Naturally Artistic: 6-12yrs, $35/camper
    July 28, 9am-4pm
  • Kinders in the Woods: 4-6 yrs, $15/camper
    July 31, 9am-11:30am
  • Nature’s Super Heros: 6-12 yrs, $35/camper
    Aug 4, 9am-4pm
  • Nature Explorers: 6-12 yrs, $175/camper
    Aug 10-14, 9am-4pm
  • Home Sweet Habitat: 6-12yrs, $35/camper
    Aug 18, 9am-4pm
  • Kinders in the Woods: 4-6 yrs, $15/camper
    Aug 21, 9am-11:30am
  • Incredible Insects: 6-12yrs, $35/camper
    Aug 25, 9am-4pm

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$3 off each additional family member in 1/2 day program
$5 off each additional family member is same single day program
$25 off each additional family member in same full week program


Series of Events

Winter Adventurers
Day Camp

Stay Tuned for this coming winter!
Fill PA Days with winter fun! Programs are geared for kids aged six to twelve and are hosted by our knowledgeable RVCA interpreters. Learn how to snowshoe, put up a shelter, build campfires and cook outdoors! The fun will run from 9 a.m. to 4 p.m. The cost is $40/child and $35 for additional children in the same family. Each session can accommodate up to 25 children. Pre-Registration is required.

Friends of Foley Mountain

The Friends of Foley Mountain is a non-profit charitable organization which was established in 1996 by a group of Westport area residents. The Friends' mission is to preserve and maintain Foley Mountain Conservation Area in its natural state for the enjoyment and education of present and future generations.  Foley Mountain needs friends to continue to support its exciting programs.
Interested in becoming a Friend of Foley Mountain? Click here for more information!

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