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We were visiting Crawford Lake Conservation Area and were told by the park attendant that our admission could also be used at all Halton area parks for the same day. We decided to visit Mountsberg because it was only a few minutes away.
Mountsberg is a great outdoor activity for the whole family. I love seeing the raptors and farm animals. They have a bird of prey show that I haven't seen but would like to. If you don't make it for the show it is still worth...More
This is a large attraction with many features, but I have rated it only on the areas we saw, or tried to see.
The first big disappointment was that although we were there at 2:30 on a Saturday afternoon in the middle of August, the...More
Desperately in search of buffalo, they were not to be found after 4pm on a sunny afternoon. Closes early and same pass can be used at Crawford Lake conservation area, there is an aviary with some owls, eagles and falcons. There is also a show...More
we visited this conservation area today and the entire family liked it very much. I planned to capture the beautiful birds of prey , we found beautiful horses, sheeps, birds, we couldn't see bison as they were resting at a distant location ..couldn't get a...More
Our group has attended the maple syrup festival at Mountsberg Conservation area a few times. The hiking trails there itself are not that great in comparison to those in other Halton Region conservation areas neaby like Crawford Lake and Rattlesnake Point. But the maple syrup...More
I'm quite surprised at others rating this anything less than 5 stars. It really is an exceptional place with activities open year round for all ages.
A few things you should not miss:
1- Santa Claus at Christmas Town
2- Maple Syrup Festival