|Listed under Clinton
Hullett Provincial Wildlife Area
Telephone: (519) 482-7011
41378 Hydro Line Rd
PO Box 1520
Clinton, Ontario, Canada
Museums & Attractions
is a 2,200 hectare site along the South Maitland River, providing
superb opportunities to see wildlife management at its best. The forests, fields and wetlands present at Hullett Marsh provide a wide diversity of wildlife species for all outdoor enthusiasts. The Friends of Hullett, partnered with the Ministry of Natural Resources and Ducks Unlimited, manage Hullett as a multi-use facility for hikers, canoeists, hunters, horseback riders and birders.
Typically, Hullett is for day use on a self-guided basis. Organized groups are asked to coordinate their activities through the office to prevent user conflicts. Group tours may be arranged through the Friends of Hullett Office. Hullett Marsh is located 6 km northeast of Clinton between Hydro Line Road and Summerhill Road and can be reached by travelling north from Hwy. 8 and east from Hwy. 4.
Friends of Hullett / Hullett Provincial Wildlife Area
Box 1520, Clinton, Ontario, N0M 1L0
Phone: 519-482-7011, [firstname.lastname@example.org], [www.hullettmarsh.com]
Area is open year round from 5 am to 9 pm daily. Donations appreciated.
Located 5 km/2 miles east of Clinton off Highway #8 or Highway #4. (Contact the number at the front of this Travel Guide for a comprehensive Guide of the Hullett Wildlife Area). Hiking trails. Fishing. Bird watching. Seasonal hunting. Canoeing. Parking. Please refer to Page 13 (Museums & Attractions Section) for more information on the Hullett Provincial Wildlife Area.
Cross Country-Skiing Areas
from Clinton take Highway #4 north to first concession, turn east (right) follow for three concessions (main office location). Description -flat, open area, good bird watching, use nature trails or dyke tops. (Contact the number at the front of this Travel Guide for a comprehensive Guide of the Hullett Wildlife Area). Please refer to Museums & Attractions Section for more information on the Hullett Provincial Wildlife Area
Driving Directions: GPS Coordinates courtesy of Huron County Geographic Information Services (GIS)