09 July 2008 ~ 2 Comments

Fishing In York Region

Sal Fishing
You don’t have to travel to Muskoka

So, for several years now, I’ve wanted to find little fishing holes close to my house. Finally, I’ve found a few spots to fish in York Region.

York Region would include Vaughan, Richmond Hill, Markham, Caladon, Aurora, East-Gwillimbury, Georgina, King Newmarket, and Whitchurch-Stouffville.

  1. Nashville Resource Management tract: Public land downstream of Bolton
  2. Cold Creek Conservation Area: 11th Con. N. of King Rd.
  3. Humber Trails: Mill Road S. of King Rd
  4. Lake Wilcox: N. Lake Rd. E. of Yonge St.
  5. Richmond Hill Mill Pond: Mill St. E. of Bathurst St.
  6. Rumble Pond Park: Bathurst St. at Mill St.
  7. Milne Park: McCowan Rd. S. of Hwy. 7
  8. Toogood Pond Park: Carlton Rd. off Main St.
  9. Mount Joy Pond Park: 16th Ave. E. of Hwy. 48
  10. Holland River: Hwy. 9 W. of Hwy. 400
  11. Sibbald Point Provincial Park: Park Rd. at Black River Rd.
  12. Soldiers Bay: Park Rd. at Queensville Side Rd.
  13. Fairy Lake: Wesley Brooks Park
  14. Musslemans Lake: Hwy. 48 and Aurora Rd.

2 Responses to “Fishing In York Region”

  1. fishingguy 1 September 2008 at 3:07 am Permalink

    Have you ever fished in Milne Park? We were thinking of bringing the kids to fish but didn’t know if there are any fish there…thanks!

  2. S.C. 2 September 2008 at 3:37 am Permalink

    @ fishingguy

    I haven’t been to Milne Park and by the looks of their website, I don’t know if there’s any fish there.
    Your best bet is to call in advance, here’s their info:

    Milne Park Conservation Association

    Good luck and happy fish’n!!

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