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Henry Marsh

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Great Hiking trail

We use this trail all year long it is great for a short walk/hike and it close to town. The marsh... read more

Reviewed 24 April 2017
Brian M
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Bracebridge, Canada
Henry Marsh- A Wildlife Gem

Henry Marsh in Bracebridge is easily accessed from Beaumont Drive via Henry Road (which is very... read more

Reviewed 16 January 2016
Bill D
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“Got lost (almost)”
24 Apr 2017
“Great Hiking trail”
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| Near Strawberry Point Trail and the TransCanada Trail, Bracebridge, Ontario, Canada
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Reviewed 10 October 2017

Tree down over path north of marsh. Couldn't pick up trail beyond. Nonetheless, enjoyed visit; great potential. Expected more bird sightings.

Thank Muskokan
Reviewed 24 April 2017

We use this trail all year long it is great for a short walk/hike and it close to town. The marsh is quite scenic and there are a few climbs that test your stamina

Thank Brian M
Reviewed 16 January 2016

Henry Marsh in Bracebridge is easily accessed from Beaumont Drive via Henry Road (which is very flat). Home to a variety of flora and fauna, it is a delightful place to visit at any time of day or evening. This is where I saw my...More

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Reviewed 7 December 2015

Henry Marsh and the surrounding woods and meadows is critical habitat for local breeding birds. Golden-winged Warbler, Red-shouldered Hawk, Least Bittern, American Bittern, and Pied-billed Grebe have all nested here. During spring and fall migration the area is an excellent location to find songbirds, and...More

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Anna L
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Response from Brian M | Reviewed this property |
Yes you can hike alone but always smart to make To like wear a small bell or break branches
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