Named after a former CCCA Chairperson and local conservationist, the Archie Coulter Conservation Area stretches for 135 acres along the west branch of Catfish Creek. Hike this lesser-explored 4 km trail in Central Elgin and climb the observation tower for a glimpse of these beautiful surroundings.
The Trans Canada Trail provides easy access to this unique property. Conservation Authorities, created in 1946 by an Act of the Provincial Legislature, are mandated to ensure the conservation, restoration, and responsible management of Ontario’s water, land, and natural habitats through programs that balance human and environmental needs.
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Directions: 46900 Brouwer's Line-south of Hwy 3 at Orwell Information provided by the Catfish Creek Conservation website.
Ontario Trails do not own or manage any trails. Check with the identified manager before using this trail. Do not trespass, allowed uses only.
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