Nature Trails near Coldwater, Ontario

Coldwater is located in the amalgamated community of the Township of Severn.
Downtown Coldwater has it all! Coffee shops, restaurants, gift shops, antiques and funky vintage shops, and so many neat little places to pop into, and find something cool.  Outside of the main street you will find your pharmacy, grocery store, auto garages and parts, building supplies, recreational vehicle suppliers and your liquor and beer stores and more!  We welcome you to come enjoy our little Village-on-the River! 
The Township of Severn offers a diverse blend of rural, small urban and vacation lifestyles. For the residents of Severn, we promote a sustainable, fiscally responsible, safe and healthy community while supporting our heritage and culture.
Peaceful views abound, be it from the 9th hole, a canoe on the Severn River, the cottage porch – or even your office window! Severn Township invites business and industry to “resort to cottage country”.  Yes, you can close a business deal in the GTA, and still be home in time to cast your fishing line or hike one of our scenic trails.
We can offer business and families an alternative choice to the hectic pace of a larger urban centre. Severn Township residents and Council believe in the philosophy of community and working in partnership for a better place to live and work. We are dedicated to fostering a high quality rural lifestyle, through our commitment to enhancing public safety, preserving the natural environment and seeking opportunities for economic prosperity.
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The Matchedash Bay Provincial Wildlife Area, which is the largest marsh in the area, is located just outside of Coldwater. There and 3 trails, of varying length, which are fairly flat with earth, grass and natural covering. Here at the Matchedash Bay Provincial...


Robert and Ruth Warling donated this 243 hectare mosaic of natural woodlands and wetlands to the Nature Conservancy of Canada in 1996. Since 1999, The Couchiching Conservancy has managed these lands located on the Shield country of northern Severn Township. Unique...


Your journey on the Uhthoff Trail will take you through scenic wooded areas, over wetlands, crossing many streams. Observe the many varieties of barns.  The trails, which is 30 km long, extends from Wilson Point Road in Orillia to Waubashene and is part of the Trans...