Limestone Cliffs And The Beauty Of Rockwood
Bring Mom And Mother Nature Together On Mother's Day
Spend time outside with Mother Nature for free at Rockwood Conservation Area on Sunday, May 12 for Mother’s Day.
After a late start to spring, the Grand River Conservation Authority is offering free day-use admission for all visitors to Rockwood Conservation Area on Mother’s Day.
For those visiting Rockwood for the first time, the park offers spectacular views of towering limestone cliffs, glacial potholes, hiking trails, and caves for the truly adventurous visitors. While camping and boat rentals are not free on Sunday, mini-putt is being provided free of charge thanks to a local sponsor.
The park, located at 161 Fall Street in Rockwood, is open for free access between 9:00 a.m. – 7:00 p.m. For more details, visit the link below.
Rockwood Conservation Area
Towering limestone cliffs, caves and glacial potholes, including one of the world's largest, are a few of the natural wonders at Rockwood. You can view them from hiking trails on both sides of the Eramosa River or in a rented canoe. The park's unique setting makes it a popular location for television shows, movies and photography shoots. The ruins of the Harris & Co. Rockwood Woolen Mill are fun to explore, book for photographs or other group events.