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Rondeau Bay Marshes Conservation Area

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Rondeau Bay Marshes Conservation Area is a 50 acre wetland habitat along the shores of Lake Erie. This provincially significant wetland is home to forests of American Beech, Maple, and Tulip Trees. The Spice Bush Trail, a 1.5 km easy-going loop, winds its way through this Southern hardwood forest. An observation tower is located along the Marsh Trail, from which you might be able to spot the resident pair of Bald Eagles! The area is also a popular spot for migrating waterfowl, nestling themselves among the waterlilies. In the spring, the pine-oak savannah and meadows are filled with beautiful Wood Lilies and Woodland Sunflowers. Pay a visit to this park and frolic amongst the wildflowers or cycle your way through the forests. You won’t want to miss the beauty of Rondeau Bay Marshes!

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Great Lakes Waterfront Trail

This park is on the Great Lakes Waterfront Trail.
Visit the Great Lakes Waterfront Trail website for more information.

Watersheds

Lake Erie

Treaties

Treaty 2, 1790

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Address

660 Bexhill Rd, Mississauga, ON L5H 3L1

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