Campers get the opportunity to explore the many caves at the Warsaw Caves Conservation Area. The potholes, kettles and network of underground passages were formed thousands of years ago at the end of the last ice age by the rushing melt waters of a glacier that covered Ontario.

There are nature trails that meander through beautiful forests and across a limestone plain that harbour a plethora of wild plant and animal life. The lookout offers a great view!

The picnic shelter is beside a small beach were campers can enjoy playing in the water, or go canoeing down the Indian River- flat water, a gentle current and lots of great scenery.

Check-out the Warsaw Caves!