Rockwood Conservation Area
Rockwood Conservation Area is a conservation area in Rockwood, Ontario, near Guelph, operated by the Grand River Conservation Authority (GRCA). It contains a varied karst lanscape, of rocky cliffs, natural potholes, caves and a lake. also located in the park is the rockwood mill, a stone mill built in 1885. the park receives over 65,000 visitors a year, and is popular for hiking, weddings, and watersports.
Flora and fauna
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You can bring your own alcohol to your registered campsite, except during the May 2-4 (Victoria Day) and Labour Day long weekends, when alcohol is banned.
Rockwood Conservation Area has around 110 campsites: 16 full-service, 50 serviced and 44 unserviced. Up to six people are permitted per campsite.