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A.W. Campbell Conservation Area


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.

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Lake Erie

Traditional Territories

Attiwonderonk (Neutral)


Treaty 21, 1819




8477 Shiloh Line, Alvinston, ON N0N 1A0

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