Hike in a Spectacular Wildlife Habitat
Strategically located on the paths of two major waterfowl flyways, the Hullett Provincial Wildlife Area is one of the most spectacular wildlife habitat developments in Eastern Canada. The 20 km of dyke tops and 12 km of established trails are great for hiking, cycling and horseback riding. The trails meander through interior forests, native grasslands, meadows and flood plains, while the dykes and viewing stands allow for an elevated view of the ponds and wetlands. Clubs or groups are asked to coordinate their activities by calling ahead. The Friends of Hullett Inc. is the trail contact – (519) 482-7011 (Detailed Guide available).
12 km of trails / 20 km of dyke tops
Levels 1 and 2
Walking, Cycling, Skiing, Pets on leash; No motorized vehicles Hunting is permitted in the area in season as provincially regulated
Natural surface; self guided, open for public day use use year round
Cost for Using Trail
None – donations are welcome
Several roads access the Hullett Provincial Wildlife Area off of Highway #8 and County Road #4.