Most of the conservation areas I've been to are pretty standard. Lake and trees.
But this one has more than just that because they have a raptor centre full of birds of prey like owls, falcons, hawks, eagles and vultures. They also have bison, horses, rabbits, goats, sheep, etc.
You can watch a bird presentation and you can pet the other animals, except for the bison.
Also, the lake here is beautiful and clear. The portion of the lake north of the train tracks is where the best fishing is. I've heard and seen proof of there being way more musky and pike and bass then you'd expect in a place like this, not too far from Toronto.
To get to the north section of the lake you actually enter from roads outside the park, which can be confusing. Best to consult a map/internet first to see.
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