NameMinesing Wetlands Conservation Area
AddressGeorge Johnston Rd, Minesing, ON, Canada
CategorySport / Activities / Outdoor

Minesing Wetlands Conservation Area

Activities: Admission, Lake River Reservoir, Education Interpretive, Heritage Museum, Picnic Facilities, Boating, Hiking, Fishing, Snowshoeing, Cross Country Skiing, Explore the Outdoors

Witness a unique assemblage of fens, marshes and swamps that support a network of sensitive flora and fauna, some of which are rare or endangered. This wetland of International Significance spans more than 15,000 acres and provides a variety of opportunities for adventure. Explore the wetland on foot, ski or snowshoe via the Ganaraska, Trans Canada Rail or McKinnon trails. A 12 ft. High waterfowl viewing tower provides a bird's eye view of an area that experiences flooding in the spring, attracting a myriad of waterfowl. Launch your canoe for a daytrip on Willow Creek. Spot some of the many waterfowl species that call the area home as you make your way to the Nottawasaga River.

Fee Information
Phone: 705-424-1479
Address: George Johnston Rd, Minesing, Ontario
Latitude: 44.42172
Longitude: -79.82334
Coordinates44.40608, -79.80911
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