At Mac Johnson Wildlife Area, there are 11km of trails that cross woodland, wetland and field areas. The Wildflower Loop has been developed as an interpretive trail. Picnic areas are located on north and south sides. Washrooms and warming huts are located by the pond. All the trails are marked with circular trail markers.
Debruge Road, north of Brockville. (south access on Centennial Road)
Click here for directions to MAC JOHNSON WILDLIFE AREA
*Note: Directions lead to map coordinates (in longitude/latitude) of the main trail head.
Well known for the Trumpeter Swan, Mac Johnson abounds with wildlife and native plants. The Cataraqui Region Conservation Authority property includes 532 hectares of wetland, field and forest. The reservoir is also a Class 1 provincially significant wetland with a high diversity of plant and animal life.
The Friends of Mac Johnson Wildlife Area are an active, non-profit, community-based volunteer organization dedicated to the preservation, protection and promotion of the Mac Johnson Wildlife Area and its resources.