MOUNTSBERG CONSERVATION AREA
The hiking trails in Mountsberg Conservation Area, located in Campbellville, Ontario, wind through a variety of ecosystems like marshes, fields, and forests. With over 16 kilometers of trails ranging from wheelchair accessible to strenuous in difficulty, hikers of all ages and skill levels will find a trail to suit their needs.
Mountsberg Conservation Area is very family-friendly with lots of activities to keep little ones occupied. The Wildlife Walkway Trail is wheelchair- and stroller-friendly and offers a chance to look out at the bison herd and reservoir. The hiking trails lead through a beautiful mature forest that supports a healthy amount of wildlife. You can also stop by the Raptor Centre which houses several different types of birds of prey, and the barn to see even more animals.
Use the map below to locate Mountsberg Conservation Area's entrance and get driving directions.
Wildlife Walkway Trail is wheelchair-accessible.
Plenty of activities to entertain kids of all ages.
The reservoir is a great picnic spot.
There are restrooms on-site.
Closed trail system - no trails exit the park.
Browse through photos of Mountsberg Conservation Area taken by fellow Halton Hikers members.