Nature Trails near Aylmer, Ontario


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Some of Ontario's best hiking trails and nature trails are near Aylmer.

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ARCHIE COULTER CONSERVATION AREA

Named after the first CCCA Chairperson and local conservationist, the Archie Coulter Conservation Area stretches for 133 acres along the west branch of Catfish Creek. Hike this lesser-explored 4 km trail in Central Elgin for a glimpse of these beautiful surroundings....

CALTON SWAMP WETLAND COMPLEX

Located at 52591 John Wise Line-east of Carter Road A prime example of Ontario wetland, the CSWC has been managed over the past few decades by CCCA in partnership with the Ministry of Natural Resources. Located near the Hamlet of Calton, the Complex is home to some of...

LAKE WHITTAKER TRAIL

This walking trail is contained within the Lake Whittaker Conservation Area and Campground. Lake Whittaker is a 11-hectare spring fed lake that formed during the last ice age when a chunk of ice from the retreating glacier broke away to create a depression. An outing...

PORT BURWELL PROVINCIAL PARK TRAILS

Ravine Creek Trail 1 km, 45 minutes, easy This interpretive trail, which features a self-guided brochure, travels through a ravine and woodlot. Eleven stops along the way explain local geology, flora and fauna. Link to trail map: Click to access...

SPRINGWATER FOREST

The Springwater Forest is the most popular of the CCCA properties, with three main trails to discover covering eight kilometres in length. Interpretive signage helps the hiker understand and appreciate the unique beauties of the forest. Provincial cuts have eliminated...
YARMOUTH NATURAL HERITAGE AREA

YARMOUTH NATURAL HERITAGE AREA

The Yarmouth Natural Heritage Area consists of 208 acres of forest, ponds, wetlands and streams. In efforts to return the Area to its natural state, CCCA prohibits vehicles from entering the property. A Management Plan provides for new walking trails and a Butterfly...