Wyldewood Cove


This 10.83 acres nature reserve was protected in 2019 and is designated as Environment Protection. The access is usually wet and the parcel small, making the land unsuitable for hiking. Bald eagles, kingfishers, muskrats, and deer have been spotted on this site and it is best to leave them undisturbed.


The Wyldewood property is located within Nottawasaga Valley Conservation Authority’s Regulated Area. It is also considered a
natural heritage feature, on the basis that it is almost entirely covered by Provincially Significant Wetland known as the Silver Creek Wetland Complex, and supports wildlife habitat including those of endangered
and threatened species


This property is located on the north side of Highway 26 with the west boundary fronting along Princeton Shores Boulevard and the most northerly portion including shoreline along the Nottawasaga Bay which forms part of the Georgian Bay.

Wyldewood Cove Aerial

Wyldewood Cove Aerial