Our Public Beach features a change room/washroom facility and playground equipment as well as free parking

To find the public beach, drive south on Wollaston Lake Road, turn right on Beach Lane, go around a few curves and you’ll see the public beach on the left with a parking area on the right side of the road. 

To find our Public Boat launch, drive south on Wollaston Lake Road. Free parking is available at the Public Beach located along Beach lane; or across from the Municipal Building located at 90 Wollaston Lake Road. 

Do not park your trailer and vehicle on Wollaston Lake Road in areas posted with “No Parking” signs and do not block the entrance way into Red Eagle Family Campgrounds.

To help stop the spread of invasive species please ensure your boat is clean.

Our Municipal Park facility is located along Hwy 620, in downtown Coe Hill. There is a covered picnic area, children’s playground equipment and washroom facilities.

The Coe Hill Recreation Pavilion located along Hwy 620 features a covered outdoor rink, that is used for ice skating in the winter and hosts a Flea Market in the summer months. Free parking is available.

The Community Centre is located within the Coe Hill Public School, 5629 Hwy 620. This facility has a kitchen area, washrooms and you can apply to have a liquor license. This facility is available for rental for private functions through the school. 


Nellie Lunn Park is a 100-acre nature preserve for community use. No motorized vehicles are allowed. This area is accessible by way of the township road allowance off of The Ridge Road. Follow the trail markers into the park.

To visit Nellie Lunn Park, travel South from Highway 620 along The Ridge Road approximately 4km. A small parking area has been created on the east side of the road. Map is listed below.

The Wollaston multi-use trail is located across from the Municipal Offices located at 90 Wollaston Lake Road. Free Parking is available here for vehicles and trailers.

Wollaston Township has a partnership with the Coe Hill Riders ATV club, under the Ontario Federation of All Terrain Vehicles. For more information about the local ATV club and to purchase an ATV trail pass please visit the website.

Wollaston Township snowmobile trails are part of a system of over 400km of groomed trails throughout the surrounding area.

Permits and information on trail conditions and are available through the “District 2 Snowmobile Club”.  Snowmobile trail interactive mapping.

Facilities & Community Centres Documents

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