Mission Island Marsh

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Enjoy a scenic view of Thunder Bay’s most majestic landmark, The Sleeping Giant, from the shore of this storied Conservation Area. Once a landfill site, Mission Island Marsh Conservation Area is a true testament to the power of nature. Now home to a network of Learning Trails, an accessible boardwalk, viewing scopes, lagoons and forests, the marsh offers fantastic birding, gorgeous views, and wonderful recreational opportunities. Learn about the Conservation Area’s formation and other unique information about this Provincially Significant Wetland in the interpretive pavilion, enjoy lunch on one of the picnic tables, or just meander along the trails, and see what wonders you may find. You’re bound to see any number of animals, especially birds during the fall migratory period.
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Listing Details

Activities
Admission Lake River Reservoir Education Interpretive Handicapped Access Facilities Rental Picnic Facilities Hiking
Telephone
807-344-5857
Address
106th St, Thunder Bay, Ontario
Latitude
48.37487
Longitude
-89.21233
Trail Maps Available
Type of Experience
Explore the Outdoors
Great Lakes Shoreline
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