News and Events

10.30.18 - No Hunting Zone around the Limerick Forest Interpretive Centre:

Please be aware that hunting is prohibited on the property surrounding the Limerick Forest Interpretive Centre as well as the small block across the road (south side of Limerick Rd.).   We would appreciate your cooperation in maintaining these 2 small forest blocks as a passive-use area. The interpretive trails on both sides of the road are used extensively by many children, students and adults.  Hunting is permitted on all other Limerick Forest properties. For further details contact Geoff McVey, Forest Manager at 613-342-3840, ext. 2416. Thank you for your patience and cooperation!

10.30.18 - Hunting Season is now in effect in Limerick Forest:

Please be aware that hunting season is now open for many species in Limerick Forest.  Deer hunting season (rifles) will run from Nov. 5 - 18, 2018.  We strongly urge non-hunters to not visit the forest during this 2 week period in order to provide a safe and enjoyable experience for the hunters.  If it is absolutely necessary to visit the forest during this time please wear reflective clothing.  For further details contact Geoff McVey, Forest Manager at 613-342-3840, ext. 2416. Thank you for your patience and cooperation!

05.22.18 - Trails are now open to motorized users:

Please be aware that all trails in Limerick Forest are now open for motorized vehicles. We appreciate your cooperation in helping to maintain our trails by not using them while they are closed. Excessive rutting is dangerous and expensive to repair. Please remember that you must now be a member of the Ontario Federation of Trail Riders (OFTR) or the Ontario Federation of ATV Clubs (OFATV) if you wish to ride the trails in Limerick Forest on a dirt bike or ATV. For further details contact Geoff McVey, Forest Manager at 613-342-3840, ext. 2416.

09.17.15 - Poaching in Limerick Forest:

Please report any suspicious and/or irresponsible behaviour to the OPP (911) and/or the MNR.  Anyone who has information regarding poaching etc., should contact the MNR's 24-hour "Tips" line at 1-877-TIPS-MNR (1-877-847-7667).   Thank you!

Stay safe and enjoy the forest!