Hullett Provincial Wildlife Area

Working in harmony with nature.

Hullett Provincial Wildlife Area

The Hullett Marsh is located along the South Maitland River, and along the Atlantic and Mississippi flyways. It is a multi-use, multi-season facility, known best for its waterfowl and pheasant hunting. Opportunities for deer and small game hunting are also found here, as well as trails for hiking and horseback riding, and routes for canoeing.

In the 1970's and early 1980's, Ducks Unlimited, in partnership with the Ontario Ministry of Natural Resources and Forestry, developed the man-made marsh. Today the marsh is run by a non-profit organization known as Friends of Hullett. FOH consists of a board of directors, two staff, and many volunteers and members.


All donations are greatly appreciated. Help preserve the marsh today- every dollar helps! 


 As of September 29, field hunting stakes F1 and F2 are now open. Please be gentle on the land for wheat has been planted and remember NO VEHICLES ON THE FIELDS. 

Congratulations to Josh McLeod for winning our first ever photo contest!

By random draw, he has won a free Friends of Hullett membership!

The above is one of his entries from a late season goose hunt at the marsh.