Port Rowan Wetlands

This former sewage lagoon has been restored to provide habitat to a diversity of wildlife.

Port Rowan Wetlands signage

The trail begins just off of Hunter Drive North, and continues around the Wetlands, with a short loop going out through the restored tallgrass prairie and towards the municipal drain. The former lagoon area in the center of the trail is known for plentiful waterfowl, and there is a lookout available to view this area. Other features include ongoing restoration and habitat enhancement projects. Native tallgrass prairie, tree plantings and small wetlands/vernal pools provide habitat for reptiles, amphibians, birds, mammals and pollinating insects. A hibernaculum has been built to provide overwintering habitat for snakes. 


This trail is still under construction and will be ready for use Summer 2014.


This trail is located off of Hunter Drive North in Port Rowan. From Highway 59, head northeast on Front/Lakeshore Road. Turn left onto Hunter Drive and continue to the trailhead.

Contact Name: 
Leigh-Anne Bower
519-582-2100 ext. 1118
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