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Wildlife Walkway


The extensive wetlands of the Mountsberg Conservation Area are a birdwatcher’s paradise. Waterfowl and shorebirds clamber about a misty lake while hundreds of warblers flit through forest and meadow. Nature surrounds you at this scenic conservation area that has great hiking and cross-country ski trails outfitted with boardwalks birdfeeders and interpretive lookouts.

You can even take in that first taste of spring on a horse drawn wagon ride in the Mountsberg Sugar Bush where maple syrup, pancakes and taffy on the snow create indelible family memories. You can even come face to face with a great horned owl. Browse the exhibit gallery or gift shop or see a live bird presentation during a year-round program with many special events. The call of the wild awaits you at this exciting conservation area.

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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