Mixedwood Plains

The Mixedwood Plains: Yours to Explore

Welcome to paradise.

Sensational Statistics:

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Breathtaking Natural Beauty meets Stunning Urban Life.

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Close encounters of the spectacular kind.

Wildlife found in the Mixedwood Plains include:

  • Canada Geese
  • Whitetail Deer
  • Mallard
  • Red Fox
  • Loon
  • Grey Squirrel
  • Raccoon
  • Blue Jay
  • Skunk
  • Monarch Butterfly
  • Great Blue Heron
  • Sockeye Salmon
  • Snowshoe Hare
  • Cooper's Hawk

Species At Risk

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Simply striking.

If you love to explore the beauty of wilderness, why not visit the Mixedwood Plains? We have plenty of opportunities for fanatics of all things related to the great outdoors. The hikers delight.


Our breathtaking beauties include:


  • Deciduous and Mixed Forestry
  • Conifers that include White Pine, Eastern Hemlock, and Red Pine
  • Deciduous trees such as the Sugar Maple, Red Oak and Basswood
  • Colourful Sassafras, Hackberry, Hickory, Sycamore and tulip trees.

Green is the New Black

  • Conserve water. Following this tip helps to save fresh water, and also saves you money.
  • Don't litter. Instead, keep your trash until you find a garbage can. Some litter can kill animals when they get tangled in it.
  • Turn off your lights when you aren't using them. This helps save electricity, which means less pollution and less money on your next bill.
  • Dispose of batteries and chemicals properly. If you are unsure of where to take them, visit a local recycling plant for more information.
  • Think twice before buying items. Do you really need that, or will it just end up in a landfill later on?
  • If you can, participate in community clean-ups, plant a tree, or donate to conservation funds. The planet will thank you for it.
  • Walk or ride your bike instead of driving somewhere close. This burns less gasoline, which reduces greenhouse gases in the atmosphere.
  • Buy reusable items instead of disposable ones. This saves you money, and cuts down on the amount of waste in landfills.
  • For more tips, visit greencommunitiescanada.org
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A-List Agriculture.

Imagine a perfect climate for growing crops; a growing season that consists of 180 - 260 days, with 700 - 1000 mm of precipitation per year. Rich, lush, copious amounts of wet-climate, fertile soil right at your fingertips. Transportation only a stone's throw away.


Well, there's no need to look any further, as the Mixedwood Plains is the perfect ecozone for all of your farming desires. Needless to say, we are free of many crop-destroying pests. Ontario, part of the Mixedwood Plains, is also a primary producer of gold, zinc, and copper. The sedimentary rock build up found throughout the province is home to many oil deposits.


Come visit the Mixedwood Plains today, home to Canada's best farmland, and bountiful resources.

Hello Sunshine.

The Mixedwood Plains has an amazing climate, year-round. Whether you're snowboarding or biking, you can count on the weather suiting your seasonal desires. For example;


  • A sample of daily January temperatures can average at -3'c to -12'c.
  • July temperatures average at 18'c to 22'c.
  • We have fresh, shortened winters.
  • You can expect warm, lengthy summers.

Thanks for reading. Be sure to visit!

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