Welcome to Perth Wildlife Reserve Conservation Area — located on the Tay Marsh, this watery environment nurtures a variety of diverse plant and wildlife species. Deer, ducks, Canada geese, rabbits, bluebirds and wild turkeys are some of the wildlife that is found in this
257-hectare reserve. This conservation area is specifically geared to wildlife management. This is an area for quiet observations. Take your time and keep your eyes open

Link to trail map:


2oldguyswalking website has a great article (posted 2015) with images. Go here to read the article.

Perth Wildlife Reserve Conservation Area has just some of the many nature trails and hiking trails you can find throughout Ontario by using the search features of OntarioNaturetrails.com

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Perth Wildlife Reserve Conservation Area characteristics

Length: 2.5 and 7 km
Difficulty: Moderate (Trail classifications)
Trail surface: Natural
Trail use: Hiking
Accessibility Notes: Not wheelchair accessible.
Fees: $6 per vehicle at drop box

Flora & Fauna:

Not yet reported.

Amenities: picnic tables, washroom

Attractions: interpretive signage, observation tower

Rideau Valley Conservation Authority 613-692-3571 ext 1178

Find it: 100 Wildlife Rd, from Perth take County Rd 1 south and then turn left on Wildlife Road

GPS Coordinates (main trailhead):
Latitude: 44.8885010
Longitude: -76.2046390

Perth Wildlife Reserve Conservation Area Image Gallery

Photo credits:

Don Knight