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Coe Hill is a community in the township of Wollaston, Hastings County, Ontario, Canada. The local post office serves residents with lock boxes and four rural routes, two of which are for a neighbouring village, Gilmour in Tudor and Cashel township. The community also has a restaurant, and a yoga centre located in an old church. Hastings County road 620 also runs through the community, connecting it to Ontario Highway 28 to the west and 62 to the east.
Located in the beautiful rolling hills of the northern part of Hastings County south west of Bancroft, Wollaston Township's largest centre s Coe Hill on Highway 620. Formerly named Welch's Corners, Salem, Coe Hill Mines (after mine developer William Coe), farming and logging communit, Coe Hill is surroundedby lakes and offers 4 season recreation including over 400kms of groomed trails maintained by the Old Hastings Snow Riders Club, restaurants, several types of accomidation, fuel and over 60 businesses. The 126th annual Coe Hill Agricultural Fair, held each year at the end of August and going strong since 1882, is one of the longest runningfairs in Ontario. The fair has something for everyone, including a midway, livestock judging, horse shows, concession stands, exhibits, food and craft competitions, entertainment and a demolition derby. There are many other special events in Coe Hill, including July 1st Canada Day celebrations at the fairgrounds and a Warrior's Day Parade on the sunday of Labour Day weekend. 14 km south of Coe Hill is the rugged terrain and scenic beauty of a unique conservation area known as The Gut. The Crowe River takes a sharp bend and the waters trumble into a steep, narrow canyon, where the river is forced through thirty meters of Precambrian rock.
Sources: Wikipedia/Bancroft District Chamber of Commerce.