Rockwood conservation area is a beautifully unique site; glacial potholes, limestone cliffs, old ruins and calm waters attract 65,000 visitors annually. Canoeing is one of the most popular activities in the conservation area. Canoes, kayaks and paddle boats are available to be rented. Anglers can expect to catch brown trout, bullheads, carp, large and small mouth bass. There is a sandy beach area, marked with buoys to indicate shallow swimming waters. The beach is not supervised by lifeguards. Hiking trails can be accessed from the beach and mill ruins.