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Oak Hammock Marsh Interpretive Centre, Stony Mountain
(4.7/5 based on 80 reviews on the web)
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  • I love visiting the center winter and summer. There is a nice little cafe on the second floor so you can munch your favorite food and look out over the marsh. A hidden gem in this area! 
  • Spent a full day for a meeting. The lunch provided by the restaurant was very good. The view from the meeting room and observation area. I know I will be back. 
  • Good outing for adults and children. Super informative and fun for children. The hayride was the best, the guide was very knowledgeable and interesting. Reasonably priced. 
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  • Hit the right time (sunrise or sunset) between September 10 and freeze up,....and you will be "AWED" . However, they are right on the edge of over overdevelopment. 35 years ago,as a young man, I used to go out there, before development and it was a bit better,...just a few roads. more variety of wildlife..saw foxes ,coyotes ,raptors galore, owls, and dozens of different types of migratory game birds, and herons,cranes , eagles , every time, you name it. Exit out the north end road and drive by the Bison ranch, that can be awesome too. But this place is a must see and I still go out there 2,3, or 4 times per year.....I take a picnic lunch and some binoculars and enjoy. Please, remember folks , there are no street sweepers out there,...take you Garbage with you, leave the environs as you found it. Enjoy Gods handiwork.
  • An amazing place. Every time we go there, there is something new to see and experience. Even if it rains. The staff guides are very enthusiastic and helpful. They also appear to like the place. Thank you. PS: Set a Web cam that could be controlled over the Internet. Many more young people could also experience the place, and be amazed watching the thousands of birds taking off for their journey.
  • I went there. It's was fun. Or helper was Nicole. She is really nice. I go Mulvey school
  • many many many birds, good place to observe the wild birds life, enjoy the wild atmosphere when birds fly aside your ears! Good place to visit!
  • Great interactive programs for learning about wetlands.