Theodore Fouriezos Wetland Trail

Sturgeon Falls


The Sturgeon River House Museum is the actual 3-acre site of a Hudson’s Bay trading post and contains a network of trails set in a provincially significant wetland. The low impact trails are a mixture of wood chip covered paths and boardwalks. The trails feature a host of special interest stations, a bird viewing platform, a jaunt-viewing platform that overlooks Cache Bay. Within the entire system, four wetland types are found: bog, fen, swamp, and marsh. The variety and abundance of flora and fauna are indicative of the numerous ecosystems and habitats, which are sustained by these wetlands. The Museum will provide bilingual, year-round programming and foster wetland conservation through promotion, research, and educational and recreational activities.

Trailhead UTM 578667 mE x 5132179 mN
Ownership Sturgeon River House Museum
Management Sturgeon River House Museum
Length 3.2 km
Activities Hiking, Snowshoeing
Amenities Interpretive Signage, Lookout, Parking, Picnic Area, Rest Area, Washrooms
Difficulty Easy

Rules for Use

  • walking trail only
  • no motorized vehicles
  • pets must be leashed at all times


From the HWY 11/17 junction near Seymour Street, head northwest for about 42 km (26.1 mi) on HWY 17 towards Sturgeon Falls. Turn left at LeBlanc Road. LeBlanc Road turns right and becomes Lalande Road, which turns left and becomes Fort Road. The Sturgeon River House Museum is number 250.

The vast network of trails we celebrate exist on the traditional lands and waterways of the Anishinaabe people within the territory protected by the Robinson Huron Treaty of 1850 and Williams Treaties of 1923.