The Gut Conservation Area is located in the northern portion of the watershed. It is a 162 hectare site located just east of Apsley. This Conservation Area features walking trials, a parking lot, a look out area and a stairway down to the gorge. “The Gut” is a large gorge that the Crowe River flows through for about 230 meters. The fissure that forms the gorge is over 30 meters high and varies from 5 to 10 metes in width. The gorge presents a breathtaking glimpse of this unique terrain.
South Lake Road, Apsley, Ontario
McGeachie Conservation Area is located in Hastings County on beautiful Steenburg Lake and has 358 acres of land. This land was donated by Jack and Ethel McGeachie in 1994. McGeachie Conservation Area has many new, well maintained walking trails throughout the property. The property has a creek, beaver ponds, wildlife and acres of wetlands. Also located on the property is the original homestead that was built nearly 150 years ago. The homestead is now rented out to the public for a vacation cottage. This unique cottage has all the conveniences of home.
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.
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 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.
The Township has an ATV and Off Road Vehicle By-law.
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 “Old Hastings Snow Riders”.