Whether you’re looking to enjoy a family camping trip, have a quiet picnic, go for a paddle in a canoe or catch ‘the big one,’ Waterford North is the natural choice for outdoor fun. Also known as the Waterford Ponds, this Conservation Area is popular with anglers thanks to the three ponds that are home to an array of fish species including largemouth bass, northern pike and a variety of panfish. The ponds, Pickerel Lake, Willow Pond and Bass Lake, are excellent examples of gravel pit rehabilitation, with deep rocky bottoms and pronounced shorelines. Many of Waterford North’s campsites have recently been upgraded to 30 amp electrical service to offer the best camping experience for both tents and trailers. The conservation area features shady picnic areas, unsupervised swimming at the sandy beach, and canoe and kayak rentals. Visitors can also launch their own boat, with a maximum motor size of 9.9hp permitted. Close by is the Waterford Heritage Trail, a great route for hiking and cycling.