For Immediate Release
Wednesday, February 6, 2013
CAMPBELLVILLE – Mountsberg Conservation Area is holding Tales by a Winter Fire on Family Day Weekend (February 16 to 18) with activities and interests for the whole family. The event offers horse drawn sleigh rides ending with tasty hot chocolate and marshmallows. Weather permitting there will also be tobogganing on our gentle slopes for the kids and young at heart.
During Tales by a Winter Fire you can watch Birds of Prey presentations in the Raptor Centre, while visits to see the bison feed and our Percheron horses will delight the animal lovers in your group. There are kilometres of wooded trails for those wishing a quiet retreat into nature. Our puppets will entertain several times in the Visitor’s Centre for the whimsical, too.
If you are under 12, or wish you were, we have activities to cross off your list of “50 Things To Do Before You Are 12”, or just chill out to stories of long ago by a crackling fire. Join us for activities for all ages, Family Day weekend at Mountsberg, your window into winter family fun.
Although some activities are snow dependent, our winter celebration will take place regardless of the weather, so come join in the fun! Regular park admission applies for Tales by a Winter Fire, and the festivities are free for children ages 4 years and under. Conservation Halton Annual Members only need to show their pass for admission.
About Mountsberg Conservation Area
Mountsberg Conservation Area is located on Milburough Line, five km west of Campbellville, ON, between Highway 6 South and the Guelph Line. For more information on this event and all the other happenings at Conservation Halton Parks visit www.conservationhalton.ca/events; to find out about recreational programs and services, go to www.haltonparks.ca.
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Conservation Halton is the community based environmental agency that protects, restores, and manages the natural resources in its watershed. The organization has staff that includes ecologists, land use planners, engineers, foresters and educators, along with a network of volunteers, who are guided by a Board of Directors comprised of municipally elected and appointed citizens. Conservation Halton is recognized for its stewardship of creeks, forests and Niagara Escarpment lands through science based programs and services.
Customer Service, Mountsberg Conservation Area
Telephone: 905-854-2276, Ext. 0