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Mountsberg Conservation Area, Campbellville

Categories: Wildlife Areas, Nature & Parks
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4.3/5 based on 65+ reviews on the web
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  • Love coming to Mountsberg with the family or just with the hubby. Family tradition every year in the Winter for the Maple Syrup Festival. Lots to do and see!! 
  • In this park is enough to see and do. There is a reception centre for birds of prey, which is no longer able to live in the wild. In the summer they give a bird show. You can also take a short walk to a bird hut and the lake shore. There is always something to see. In the information centre is the place to be for questions, but you can also buy fresh or an ice cream. Everywhere there are picnic tables. It can be busy with school children.
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  • OMG this places rocks our lil guy with Down's syndrome was in AWE!!!!! The sleigh ride was at 630 dark but the lights and the horses then santas villiage our lil guy believes in the SANTA and wow they...  read more »
  • A great place to get outside with the kids! Mountsberg offers a small wild bird sanctuary where volunteers and staff give regular demonstrations and talks about the residents - all native Ontario birds. There are trails to explore, a play barn, a small barn with horses and goats and a small lake for fishing. Mountsberg hosts many special events throughout the year including a spectacular Maple festival in March and a really fun family New Year's Eve celebration. Be sure to check the schedule of events to find a fun, interactive activity. Your entrance fee to Mountsberg also provides you access to all other Halton Conservation Parks on the same day.
  • This is a place everyone should visit at least once. They rescue birds of prey that can't survive in the wild. They offer informative and entertaining talks showcasing some of their birds. A couple walking trails, picnic tables, some farm animals, and a play barn round out the experience.
  • An absolute gem of a place for day trips with the fam. The aviary is really impressive and the farm is always a delight for the kids. We've also done some of the nighttime events with the kids. While they may seem a little pricey, it takes a lot to maintain all of this and it's definitely a valuable resource.
  • Our family loves Mountsberg, but especially because of the Bird of Prey Sanctuary. The birds are beautiful, but most do have sad stories that are important to learn about from a conservation standpoint. On the lighter side though, it's a nice area to walk around, and in spring they have a maple syrup festival.
  • Their sugar bush and pancake house is good, the pancake house has a wood burning stove which is totally welcoming since spring usually blows. Lots of trails, birds of prey (rescue) program is great if you want to watch a bird eat parts of a mouse, if not your kids will.
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