The Sanctuaries

​​FOH and MNR have made some major changes to the map of the HPWA.  The Pintail Pool Sanctuary has been moved to the Mallard Pool and hunting stakes 2-5 have been moved from the Mallard Pool to the Pintail Pool. The Mallard Pool area has been posted with Sanctuary and Baited Area Signs.

Public access is no longer authorized to the Mallard Pool.

Follow this link to view a Map of the Hullett Provincial Wildlife Area ​​
The Friends of Hullett Office and Interpretive Center is closed for restoration and facility maintenance purposes.

​FoH staff can be contacted via email as well as on the phone at (519) 482-7011.
Welcome to the Hullett Marsh

​ Summer has arrived at the
 Hullett Provincial Wildlife Area (HPWA). Now is a great time to come and visit our diverse ecosystems located in Huron County, between Clinton and Seaforth. Please be cautious when near our many waterways, ponds, flood plains and the South Maitland River that divides Zone A and Zone B.

The 2014 Hullett Map is available by clicking here.​

​​​Please note WATER ACCESS for any purpose is not permitted between May 15 and Aug 1 in both Zone A and B to minimize disturbance to nesting waterfowl. This includes canoes, kayaks and wading.

​​​Be sure to check out the new User Guide to ensure you know all the rules and regulations associated with visiting the HPWA. We are fortunate enough to be a multi-use facility so please respect other marsh visitors. Hunting is not permitted on or near hiking/nature trails from June 1 to Sept 1

Please stay tuned to recent news by visiting our News page. 

​​You can gather information on events, fundraisers and volunteer workdays
​ by clicking here upcoming events!

FOH Board of Director Meeting Minutes are now available on our website.
​Click here and scroll to the bottom of page to read the minutes.

​New Nature Trails

The ​​"Orange Trail" is very close to being completed. This 1.2 km loop is located at Parking lot # 40677 off Summerhill Road. This area has the highest elevation at Hullett Marsh and provides scenic views as well as the host site for a Motus bird tracking receiver. Please take a quick hike at the Orange trail and send your comments to us!

The "Red Trail" is in the development stage and should well marked and ready for hikers in the late summer. New Trail head signs have been installed marking the beginning and end of all trails.

​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​After you experience this spectacle of nature you may want to become a member of the Friends ​​of Hullett to help us maintain this jewel of public land ...5420 acres of paradise.

The Hiking Nature Trails

We have achieved our goal of blazing the hiking trails to ensure that new hikers don't get lost. A special thanks to Bill Wisser of Clinton for his expertise and guidance in the re-development of our trail systems​.

With 2 new trails planned this year and continued blazing, trimming and clearing required we need your help!

FoH are looking for TRAIL RANGERS to help us keep our hiking trails maintained and safe for visitors. ​​If you are interested in helping on the trails , please contact Scott at or 519-525-2211

​To view and share pictures of the HPWA:

Located in Southwestern Ontario 
HPWA is situated in the heart of Huron County

London, Sarnia ​​and Kitchener are all just over an hours drive away!
Please refer to the "A" symbols on the 2 ​maps below.
New Payment Options

​As a great alternative to cheques and cash the Friends of Hullett are now accepting INTERAC e-Transfers.

This simple, efficient and secure email transfer is becoming a very popular method to transfer $ in Canada. Lets help each other reduce postage, processing and  paper costs to further help the environment.

When you renew​​ your membership, purchase raffle and event tickets or make a donation you can now transfer funds to 

Please include your security question answer and contact information (name, address & phone #) in an email after you make the transfer so that we can process your transaction.
This Eastern Screech Owl
was encountered in late March at Hullett while surveying our owl boxes!

This particular owl is a red-phase which is not as common as they grey-phase.​​
Hullett Harmony