Located in Leamington, Ontario on County Road 20 Hillman Marsh Conservation Area. With over 850 acres and five kilometres of groomed trails Hillman Marsh is a great place to explore. Hillman Marsh Conservation Area is located on County Road 20, Leamington Ontario.
The marsh contains five kilometres of hiking trails and attracts over 100 species of migratory birds. There is a nature centre that is used in the spring to educate area students about the importance of marshes to the environment.
Hillman Marsh is just a short drive from Point Pelee National Park and is an excellent birding location. There is a small entry fee to the park at a self-serve entry gate. There are washroom facilities that are open seasonally, picnic tables and a viewing platform.
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