A.W. Campbell Conservation Area | Great Lakes Guide
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A.W. Campbell Conservation Area

Park

A.W. Campbell is a 300 acre conservation area, also known as the Millennium Conservation Area. With a grand total of 140 fully serviced campsites located along a meandering river, this park is the perfect nature getaway. Over 3 km of winding trails crisscross through floodplains and deciduous forests, while a 20 acre reservoir offers beautiful paddling and fishing. The park also provides paddleboat rentals — a great way for kids to explore the region. An in-ground pool, mini golf course, and the Campbell House Museum will keep the whole family entertained! The conservation area also hosts a variety of summer events as well as an annual maple syrup festival in March.

Watersheds

Lake Erie

Traditional Territories

Anishinaabeg
Attiwonderonk (Neutral)

Treaties

Treaty 21, 1819

Languages

Anishinaabe

Address

8477 Shiloh Line, Alvinston, ON N0N 1A0

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