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About Rockwood and its Conservation Area…
Towering limestone cliffs, caves and one of the world’s largest glacial potholes, are a few of the natural wonders at the Rockwood Conservation Area.
The scenic remains of an old mill have been preserved. Two large ponds in the park once supplied waterpower for a woollen mill and grist mill. Today, non-motorized boating is allowed on these ponds where you can fish for rainbow trout and small mouth bass.
located on Highway 7 between Acton and the city of Guelph. The Eramosa River runs through the centre of town and is the reason for Rockwood's existence – having been the source of power for several mills that were the economic engine that spawned the original settlement. Limestone was also extracted from what is now the nearby Rockwood Conservation Area at that time. The conservation area is used for swimming, hiking, canoeing, picnicking and camping