Why We Love Mountsberg Conservation Area

Mountsberg Conservation Area is one of eight Conservation Halton parks. It’s located in Campbellville and features outdoor activities and attractions suitable for everyone from littles to tweens. Grown-ups, too!

Attractions Include:

  • Natural playground
  • Raptor centre
  • Discovery centre
  • Play barn
  • Farm animals
  • Trails

What kids love about Mountsberg

The natural playground was unquestionably a big hit. My five-year-old could have played for hours with wooden climbing structures and a tractor for pretend play. The farm animals came in at a close second. Addison loved watching the horses being cared for by staff and had tons of questions. Depending on what time of day you arrive, there are tons of learning opportunities and pockets of the park where you can become more educated about the animals and surrounding wildlife.

During the month of October, Mountsberg Conservation Area is transformed for its Halloween Spooktacular! featuring:

  • Face painting
  • Live snake shows
  • Scavenger hunt
  • Haunted barn
  • Illuminated night walk
  • Bonfire (with smores!)
  • Costumes are welcomed

>> Click here for full details on Mountsberg’s Halloween Spooktacular

Things to know before you go To Mountsberg Conservation Area

  • Wheelchair accessible with an elevator in the discovery centre
  • Stroller friendly with packed gravel trails
  • Gift shop on the main floor of the discovery centre with light snacks and souvenirs available for purchase
  • Washroom available with changing stations (outhouses available too)
  • Picnic tables are scattered throughout the park if you’d like to bring your own food
  • Prebook your reservation online ahead of time for a 3 hr time slot (no walk-ins)
  • Mountsberg Conservation Area has an automated gate that will let you right in (no waiting)
  • Tons of parking (one vehicle permitted per reservation)
  • Dogs are permitted, however, they must be on a leash and are to be kept away from farm animal areas
  • Check the Conservation Halton website before you go to see which attractions are open

Events Coming Soon to Mountsberg Conservation Area

  • Christmas town
  • Winterlit
  • Maple Town

Mountsberg Conservation Area – What to bring, Wear and Admission Prices

  • Dress for the weather because the only indoor spaces are the discovery centre and barn
  • Time slots are 3 hours long, therefore we recommend a pack lunch or snacks to avoid the wrath of hangry small people
  • Do you enjoy fishing? If you said yes, then you’ll want to bring your gear for some solitude by the reservoir

Admission:

  • Adults $9.75
  • Seniors $7.75
  • Children (5-14) $6.75
  • Children (under 5) FREE

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