Rattray Marsh Conservation Area, Mississauga
Categories: Wildlife Areas, Nature & Parks
Rattray Marsh Conservation Area is located in Mississauga. Add Rattray Marsh Conservation Area to your Mississauga travel itinerary, and discover new vacation ideas by using our Mississauga trip builder.
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A welcoming country wildlife setting near the shores of Lake Ontario in Mississauga. Great place for walking, relaxing andvsoending some quiet time.
standing on the beach and enjoying the foot massage from the stone. It has broader view and quiet environment.
Highly recommended for a Sunday afternoon or even a wintery morning leisure walk wildlife all round and not much traffic
It's been three years since I birded at Rattray. I was amazed to see the damage done by the ash borer and even more amazed by the effort and expense in response. Congratulations! Now, if you could just do something about the many bicyclists who pay no attention to the "don't ride" signs. They certainly ruin things for birders as they come rattling along the boardwalk in groups of three or four, flushing birds in their wake, and creating dangerous possibilities for accidents. The quiet, natural atmosphere is ruined.
Best place to park we found was at Jack Darling Memorial Park because we couldn't find a parking lot from the address given (50 Bexhill) and we weren't sure if we could park on the residential street. Make sure you bring big spray and plenty of water if you're planning to go on a hot day.
My favourite walk in the GTA. Plenty of bird life. I've spotted deer, swans, egrets. Wooden boardwalks throughout most of the marsh. Extremely muddy after a rainfall though.
Great place to connect with nature, great trails
Nice marsh but very small its something you just pass through not worth traveling to just to see it.
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