Explore the most popular trails in Tiny Marsh Conservation Area with hand-curated trail maps and driving directions as well as detailed reviews and photos from hikers, campers and nature lovers like you.

Its confusing where the trail starts...once you actually find it, good poop all over the group. My 2 dogs took off after the geese...finally all sorted. Then one of my dogs got his paw caught in the planks of the dock when he leaned in to get a drink of water. He freaked out, nearly drowned, and bit us severely. Worst experience hiking EVER. Will never be back.

hiking
1 month ago

Super easy flat trail with nice view and beautiful sounds of birds and nature

I lived less than 2km from here for a few years and I'm glad I found it right away because it became a daily walk through a beautiful bit of wetlands. If you start in the Eastern parking lot and take the trail to your right (into the woods) it loops back to the same location and is pretty much 5km on the dot. I've seen some really cool birds like Herons, Bald Eagles, owls, etc. Absolutely recommend this place as a nice, easy stroll with gorgeous scenery.

My friend and I took my dog to this trail and it had the most amazing sights. There was plenty of wild life to look at, such as geese and garden snakes. I’d recommend this trail for people who have dogs that are trained like mine because there are no rails to the pathways and I found my dog trying to get into the lake occasionally. I look forward to going again. Major stress reliever.

Easy walking, great views of the matsh

Great hike, if you follow the dike trail just be careful, a wooden bridge I came across has seen better days.

hiking
Friday, September 15, 2017

Great spot to catch migrating waterfowl. Not sure if this is officially an "accessible" facility but there are very flat. wide open trails that could accommodate some wheelchairs, etc.The Northern portion of the dyke is marked off-limits and there is no allowed access from the Conc. 3 West. Hunting is allowed so be aware of what season it may be; guidelines are posted at both parking lots.

Monday, September 05, 2016

Great marsh so close to home. Saw baby turtles, lots of jumping frogs, trumpeter swans, Canadian geese, fish, and a great blue heron. There are more trails here other than the Tiny Marsh trail and in total we covered 7km. Two look out towers over two parts of the Marsh. Some areas look like they haven't had much maintenance due to lots of vegetation growing on the path and holes in the trail. You need to watch your step. Still a nice stop over all.

hiking
1 month ago

walking
8 months ago

Sunday, May 27, 2018

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Saturday, May 12, 2018

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Friday, June 02, 2017