Rockwood Conservation Area

Explore the old mill ruins at Rockwood Conversation Area and take a kayak out along the picturesque Eramosa River. Some natural treasures, such as gigantic limestone cliffs, caves, and glacial potholes are available for you to discover. The forest-filled trails are very well maintained for an easy yet fulfilling hike. If you are looking for an extra challenging hike, this is not the park for you. The two main trails are accessible from the beach or mill ruins but beware of high cliffs and steep slopes.

Location: Guelph, Ontario
Distance from Toronto: 1 hr 10 min (Via car)
Dog-Friendly: Yes (Not allowed on the beach)
Parking: Yes
Admission Cost: Check Here
Time of Year: All Seasons
– Camping in the Spring/Summer
Hours: 8:00am to dusk (for day use)

Trail Difficulty: Easy to Medium
Washroom Facilities: Yes (No flush bathrooms)
Swimming: Yes (Large Sandy Beach)

Contact: (519) 856-9543

Extra Information:

Stop by the Halton County Radial Roadway to check out some old-school buses and trains. Take a historic streetcar ride on two kilometers of scenic track, with a stop at at their famous ice cream shop and to check out the historic Rockwood Station. It’s closed for the winter but opens early May 2019.

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Disclaimer: All information and prices are accurate as of the time of the posting. All opinions expressed are completely my own. This post is not sponsored. 
*All images are copyrighted Julia Melcher (@adventureontario) or credited to their owners. Please do not use or re-post without written consent and provide credit where applicable
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