Wye Marsh Trails have over 30 kilometers of trail and are still expanding! Wye Marsh Wildlife Centre, an interpretive site on the trail, is open year round and offers many nature activities and more than 30 educational and interactive programs for schools, scouts, guides and other wildlife enthusiast groups.
Tourists and visitors can take advantage of guided walks, canoe, snowshoe and ski excursions, family nature programs, and many other programs, workshops and special events.
Since 1988, the Centre has been involved in the Trumpeter Swan Reintroduction Program and currently monitors and cares for one third of Ontario’s population of wild Trumpeter Swans.
Wye Marsh also has stewardship responsibilities for the Wye Valley with 1,200 hectares of wetlands and mixed hardwood forest. New and innovative work by our maintenance staff and specialized equipment purchases has made Wye Marsh even more accessible to people with disabilities. We have an accessible centre with classrooms and display hall as well as 25 km of trails (accessible in all seasons), residential cabins, a marsh boardwalk, and observation blinds. Our trail system is linked to the Ganaraska Trail.
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