Most conservation areas are pretty much the same. A lake, some trees, fishing, picnicking and some boats for rent. Rockwood has all that except it's not a lake there but a wide river.
You can see where the water changes from a creek to a vast, wide river and then back to a creek again. Perhaps this is why the water there is so clear and inviting, because the water is constantly moving and thus not retaining all the algae or whatever like a lake would.
Anyway, this is a gorgeous place, not only because of the water but because of the various cliffs and rock structures. And I think that's because Rockwood is part of the Niagara Escarpment. No wonder so many movies and shows are shot here.
And the fishing ain't bad either. I don't know if there are any trophies here but there's ample decent size fish like rainbows, carp, cat fish, sun fish, smallies and rock bass.
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