Mountsberg Conservation Area
Mountsberg Conservation Area is a conservation are near Campbellville, Ontario widely known for its Raptor Centre. It is owned and operated by the Halton Region Conservation Authority. Kept there are variety of birds, buffalo, horses, and many other animals. Schools can go to the Conservation area to have lessons about birds. The Canadian Pacific Railway's Galt Subdivision crosses through the Mountsberg Reservoir.
Jump into Mountberg and get busy with all there is to do! The kids will love petting a goat in the play barn, jumping off hay bales, and sampling delicious maple candy. They’ll want to come back again and host their birthday party here.
If you like to exercise in fresh air, hike to the sugar bush or take the mountain bike for a spin on the trails. Mountsberg is bursting with animal life from the farm animals in the barn, to the bison in the paddock, and the frogs peeping in the reservoir.
Last but not least is the famous Raptor Centre: the home of our many feathered friends like Octavius the Great Horned Owl and Pip the American Kestrel. Daily public educational programs and events, like Bird of Prey shows, means there is always something to participate in and learn. Teachers, visit our Education pages for more on our curriculum based environmental programming. Before you leave, did you visit the gift shop here at Mountsberg? Come in and survey the goodies on sale like maple fudge, maple tea, and maple cookbooks: the Discovery Centre is open from 10 am to 4 pm.