Nature Reserves & Easements

The Couchiching Conservancy has helped to protect over 13,500 acres of land thanks to supporters like you.

At A Glance:

  • Conservancy-owned:  25 nature reserves totaling 3,224 acres.
  • Conservation Easement Agreements:  13 easements totaling 2,155 acres.
  • Partnerships with The Nature Conservancy of Canada, Ontario Parks, and Ontario Heritage Trust:  12 nature reserves totaling 8,139 acres.

Explore the Nature Reserves & Easements of our region by clicking on the map icons, or go directly to the property description listing below the map. Some have  maintained trails and a downloadable trail map, some are open to the public but have no trails, and others have an undisclosed location because they are privately owned easements.

These nature reserves are wild places with inherent risks. It is possible that you may encounter bears, moose, and other wild animals while visiting. Use at your own risk.

The Couchiching Conservancy acknowledges that the land on which it operates is the traditional territory of Haudenosaunee, Anishnaabeg, Wendat and Metis Peoples. This territory is covered by the Upper Canada Treaties.

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  • Open to the public with trails
  • Open to the public but no trails
  • Not open to the public
 
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