Maps

Explore Wellington County

Explore the County of Wellington using our interactive online mapping system. Choose from the portals below to find the map that best suits your needs.

 Explore Wellington Public Map

Map of Erin

Explore Wellington is the general mapping site for the County of Wellington. Users can search for addresses, street names, communities, parks and trails, turn on layers for points of interest such as community centres, libraries, post offices and much more. All available air photos are accessible through Explore Wellington, dating back to 2000.

Explore Wellington can also be used to measure distances and areas, add your own mapping data, draw shapes and text and create a custom map.

 

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 Parks & Trails Map

Map of Rockwood

The Wellington County Parks and Trails map provides information on all Trails and Parks owned and maintained by Wellington County and the County’s seven member municipalities.

TRAIL – click on each trail to get detailed information. Appropriate uses, length, difficulty, cost and a trail description will appear in a pop-up.

PARK – Park information is managed by the individual member municipalities, so a link to the relevant Recreation website is available by clicking on the Park in the map

 

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 Sourcewater Protection Map

Centre Wellington Sourcewater Map

Wellington County falls within 5 Source Protection Plans; Grand River, Maitland Valley, Saugeen Valley, Credit-Toronto Region and Area - Central Lake Ontario and Halton-Hamilton, each with a unique approach to Source Water Protection.

Use this Policy Mapping Tool to help determine how Source Protection policies within the Wellington Source Water Protection Region may impact activities at a specific location of interest.

 

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 NEW Provincial Agricultural Land Base and Natural Heritage System

Natural Heritage Map

The Greenbelt Plan, 2017 and Growth Plan, 2017 policies recognize the importance of both the Natural Heritage Systems and Agricultural System to the Greater Golden Horseshoe and the people of Ontario. The two overlapping systems are mutually supportive. The protection of these resources is vitally important to the long term vision for the Greater Golden Horseshoe.

Natural Heritage Systems are connected systems of natural features and areas and the lands and waters that link them together, including wetlands, fish habitat, significant woodlands, significant wildlife habitat and habitat of endangered and threatened species.

The Agricultural System identifies and protects a continuous, productive land base for agriculture across municipalities and provides support for the agri-food supply chain the sector depends on. The system, mapped and issued by the Province in accordance with the Growth Plan, 2017, is comprised of a group of interconnected elements that create a viable, thriving agricultural sector.

 

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Browse through our selection of pre-published maps created by the County of Wellington. Please ensure that you have the latest version of Adobe Acrobat Reader in order to properly view these documents.

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