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Sugar Bush Trail - Mountsberg Conservation


This looped trail follows old farm roads and passes through a working sugar bush that is operated during March and April. The trail returns to the starting point at the edge of a wooded area near the Mountsberg Reservoir. environment park that is protected and managed by Conservation Halton.

The 472 hectare park includes extensive wetlands, forests, fields and a 202 hectare water control reservoir that was built in 1966. The conservation area is a unique blend of wildlife sanctuary and environmental education centre. The park includes 16 km of nature trails, a demonstration sugar bush, visitors centre, a wildlife walkway with elk, bison and birds of prey and a children?s Play Barn.

Directions: From Highway 401 go south on Guelph Line. Turn west on Campbellville Road for 4 km and then go north on Milburough Line for 1 km to park Entrance. From Highway 6 or Guelph Line, follow Campbellville Road to Milburough Line and then go north for 1 km to park entrance.


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