Mountsberg is the park that has something for everyone, with so many experiences, activities and attractions. Take a short but sweet walk through the Sugar Bush, go for a longer hike on the Pioneer Creek Trail, find a spot to fish along the shore, or cast a line from your kayak or canoe. Don’t forget to drop in on your feathered friends at the Mountsberg Raptor Centre, hang out with the farm animals in the Animal Barn, and if you have any little animals of your own, bring them to climb, clamber and crawl on the natural playground. Please note that horseback riding is not permitted at Mountsberg.

Keep Mountsberg Animals Healthy
To help keep our horses and other barn animals safe, we kindly ask that you do not feed them anything while visiting the park. Our animal care attendants provide a specific, locally sourced diet for them. Thank you in helping us provide a safe space for our animals to live happy, healthy lives!

Maple Season at Conservation Halton is one of the sweetest times of year! Offered weekends, Good Friday, and March Break from March 2 to April 7, this is one of Conservation Halton’s classic Maple Season offerings. Join us in the sugarbush at Mountsberg and enjoy self-guided exploration of the various demonstrations, exhibits, and tastings around Maple Town. Of course, don’t forget the pancake breakfast! *Additional fees apply.

Reservations are not required but are recommended. If you book online, you can reserve your spot and save money on gate fees. Click below to reserve now.

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  • Lakeshore Lookout Trail is currently closed due to tree hazards.

2259 Milburough Town Line
Campbellville, ON

Do I need to make a reservation to visit?
No, reservations are not required to visit Conservation Halton Parks, however they are recommended. By booking in advance, you can guarantee your spot and save on gate fees. Reservations can be made at

Is swimming allowed at Mountsberg?
No, swimming is not allowed at Mountsberg. Kelso is the only park where swimming is allowed. Click here for more information about swimming at Conservation Halton Parks.

Is fishing allowed in the reservoir at Mountsberg?
Yes, fishing is allowed in the reservoir, either from the shore or from a non-motorized boat. Please note that live bait is not permitted. Click here for more information about fishing at Conservation Halton Parks.

Is boating allowed in the reservoir at Mountsberg?
Yes, non-motorized boats are allowed at Mountsberg. Smaller boats, such as canoes and kayaks, can be launched at Mountsberg Dam or carried a short distance from the parking lot to the shore at Mountsberg. Larger boats can only be launched from Mountsberg Dam,but must be non-motorized. (Boats with electric trolling motors are permitted as an exception.) Click here for more information about boating at Conservation Halton Parks.

Are boat rentals available at Mountsberg?
No, boat rentals are not available. Kelso and Area 8 are the only park where canoes, kayaks, paddleboards and peddleboats can be rented. Click here for more information about boating at Conservation Halton Parks.

Is horseback riding allowed at Mountsberg?

Horseback riding is not permitted at Mountsberg Conservation Area.