Local Area Attractions
Located in the heart of Escarpment Country, our KOA offers access to the best of both country and city life! We are nestled in the historic community of Campbellville, 15 minutes from the Town of Milton, and 30-45 minutes from major centres to the east and west. Pick fresh, local produce at one of our many local farms. Go antiquing or spend an afternoon on the green practicing your golf game. Hike, bike and explore our region's seven Conservation Halton parks. The Toronto West KOA also provides travellers with an excellent 'base camp' from which to visit Toronto, Canada's largest city, and its many attractions including the Ontario Science Centre, the Toronto Zoo, Canada's Wonderland, and much more!
Hilton Falls lush forest offers guests the opportunity to view wildlife, hike, bike or cross-country ski through 30 km of trails. Marvel at the natural wonder of the area's namesake, a 10-metre tall year-round waterfall surrounded by view points and a central bonfire picnic area. History buffs can explore the ruins of three pioneer saw mills that surround the falls, built by early settlers to the area from 1835 1863. Return to Hilton Falls any time of year for a completely changed landscape and seasonal activities - this Conservation Halton park is located only 11 minutes away from Toronto West KOA so it's easy to come back again and again!
Located right in Campbellville 10 minutes away from our KOA, Moutsberg Conservation Area is a hoot - especially if you go out on a popular winter eve owl walk! Mountsberg is also home to many other birds at their Raptor Centre, where you can learn about unique birds of prey in the area. Visit an interactive animal barn with sheep, goats, rabbits, chickens and Percheron Horses. Got a sweet tooth? Visit Mountsberg Sugar Bush where you can sample some locally-made maple syrup on fresh pancakes in the spring! Other activities include horse drawn wagon rides, cross country skiing and snowshoeing. Mountsberg Conservation Area is a great family destination.
Kelso & Glen Eden
Kelso and Glen Eden Conservation Area offers year round recreation by transforming from a sandy beach in the summer months to 15 snowboarding & skiing slopes over the winter. Bring your own equipment or rent at the park for the day. You can also go fishing in the lake, mountain bike through the marked trails, rock climb along the Niagara Escarpment or hike the Bruce Trail. For added fun, visitors can rent kayaks, paddle boats and canoes. No matter what you choose to do there is plenty of beauty to see! Only 14 minutes away from Toronto West KOA.
Only 13 minutes away from our KOA lies Crawford Lake Conservation Area, a beautiful place to spend an afternoon exploring and learning about one of the 120 known meromictic lakes on earth. This means the water is so stable that the sediments that accumulate on the bottom offer well-preserved records of aquatic and plant life from the region. At Crawford Lake you will also find a reconstructed Iroquoian Village from the 15th century. This Conservation Halton park is open all year round, offering guests 19 km of wildlife viewing, hiking, cross-country skiing and snowshoeing trails with connections to the Bruce Trail.
Witness a stunning panoramic expanse of rolling countryside including Lake Ontario and Toronto's CN Tower from the vantage point of Mount Nemo,. Less than 20 minutes from the Toronto West KOA, this 169-hectare park along the Niagara Escarpment is known for its natural forest cover and cliff-edge ecosystem. A prime spot for bird watching and wildlife viewing, plus some of the best hiking the region has to offer.