Hilton Falls Conservation Area
Hilton Falls Conservation Area located in Campbellville, Ontario is a conservation area known for its ten-metre waterfall and hiking trails. It constitutes 645 hectares (1,590 acres) and also offers mountain biking, cross-country skiing. It is owned and operated by Conservation Halton.
Hilton Falls Conservation Area was first a 200-acre (0.81 km2) property that was purchased from a private landowner in 1963 for $45,000.
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