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Hillman Marsh Conservation Area, Leamington

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Hiking Trail · Wildlife Area
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A birding trail borders 87 acres of unique Shorebird Habitat where water levels are actively managed to create mudflats, providing outstanding viewing opportunities. The nature centre has educational displays about flora and fauna typical to the region and the area is a great place for hiking, biking, picnicking, canoeing & kayaking, bird watching, fishing, swimming, and in the winter months, skiing. Hillman is located just minutes from Point Pelee National Park, and can easily be combined with a visit to nearby Kopegaron Woods Conservation Area. Free Admission
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  • Amazing place for a family hike! It is beautiful with stunning marsh, forest, and meadow! It is very bio-diverse, and never lets you down for some great wildlife watching! It is a great place to walk....  more
    Amazing place for a family hike! It is beautiful with stunning marsh, forest, and meadow! It is very bio-diverse, and never lets you down for some great wildlife watching! It is a great place to walk....  more »
  • We saw many different birds - and it wasn't even the birding season. The 5 km walk is peaceful and full of changing scenery. Wear bug spray though. When the breeze dies, they'll find you. 
    We saw many different birds - and it wasn't even the birding season. The 5 km walk is peaceful and full of changing scenery. Wear bug spray though. When the breeze dies, they'll find you.  more »
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  • What a great area! Well marked trails. Lots of birds sighted- geese, sandpipers, long legs, black bellied plover, kill deer, blackburnian warbler, blue teal ducks and more!
  • We decided to bike it not knowing what to expect. Most of the trails are grass covered but wide enough to have bikes and walkers. The biggest loop is by far the most interesting and makes for a good ride at a slower pace.

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