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Rock Glen Conservation Area, Arkona

Categories: Wildlife Areas, Nature & Parks
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4.6/5 based on 30+ reviews on the web
Rock Glen Conservation Area is located in Arkona. Plan your visit to Rock Glen Conservation Area and a wealth of other attractions, well-known and undiscovered, using our Arkona holiday planner.
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  • I have visited this spot a few times now for photographing portrait sessions and it is a very picturesque spot that I'm sure would be a nice spot for a picnic and explore during the day. 
  • Not a long drive from London, ON. Apparently, the only waterfall in the south-western Ontario area. The lookout points are covered with shrubs and trees. However, the trails are nice and fairly easy w...  read more »
  • My husband and I went there just to keel the afternoon, not sure what to expect. After couple hours of hiking and walking around we see small but lovely waterfall, nice and full of green trails. Becau...  read more »
  • If you have children and want them to find fossils outside the museum, you definitely want to bring them to Rock Glen. Parents can enjoy the beautiful waterfall and creek, while the kids can pretend to be a paleontologist and collect Devonian era fossils such as brachiopods, crinoids and trilobites. There are lots of picnic tables where you can enjoy quiet lunch.
  • I can't wait to go walk around the waterfall with my camera! August maybe on the holiday Monday? Might have to take the grand babies there?
  • Nice place for a hike and to see some geology! Should be able to find brachiopods here and maybe even a trilobite if your lucky.
  • Such a great experience at the falls and the trails, well maintained and beautiful scenery, great spot to get photos done, the fossils you will find are amazing with detail, over the years the falls have gotten smaller because of natural erosion, but still beautiful. If you walk down the river leading to the bigger river you will see little mini water falls, a lot of clay from over the years and nature. There is also exotic animals not native to Ontario that reside there like the flying squirrel; which I have seen a couple times.
  • Always a great hike picnic and viewing area
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