Rattray Marsh Conservation Area

76.gif
76.gif
536.jpg
537.jpg
Rattray Marsh offers a rare natural cobble beach on 90 acres of Lake Ontario shoreline in Mississauga. As the last remaining lakefront marsh between Toronto and Burlington, this environmentally-sensitive wetland offers a unique urban experience for nature lovers. As part of the Lake Ontario’s Waterfront Trail, this area has an extensive boardwalk and is accessible to all levels of experience. Walkers can enjoy the spring trilliums, native and migrating birds and waterfront view in the heart of the city.
Rate this listing
★★★★
11 votes
Favoured:
0

Listing Details

Activities
Free Admission Lake River Reservoir Education Interpretive Handicapped Access Hiking
Telephone
905-670-1615
Address
50 Bexhill Road, Mississauga, Ontario
Latitude
43.51918
Longitude
-79.60567
Trail Maps Available
Type of Experience
Explore the Outdoors
Great Lakes Shoreline
explore-the-shore
Map