Ontario offers many bird watching experiences for the avid naturalist.
COUPLES & PETS
Algonquin Park, Authentic Log Cottages & Cabins.
Couples Escape to Connect & Discover!
Carbon Neutral*, All-Inclusive, Exclusive Rustic Lodge.
Breakfast & Dinner (simple and gluten free) All-Inclusive Daily!!
3 Authentic Log Cabins with Real Wood Fireplace.
6 Log Jacuzzi Cottages with Real Wood Fireplace.
FREE Algonquin Park Pass for the Hiking trails and Museums.
Nestled among the tall, whispering pines and majestic, cascading waters of the Madawaska River lays the Adventure Lodge. A Hideaway to connect with and discover Algonquin Park nature while connecting and discovering each other. Pet Friendly. Created and Built in 2003 as a rustic and very simple and quiet Algonquin Couples Retreat.
Summer free Canoes and Kayaks
Winter free Snowshoes
Located on an abandoned railway line on the Madawaska River, which is perfect for walking or biking. Nearby Horseback riding, and endless Algonquin Hiking trails. Winter endless Cross Country ski trails.
Designated an Important Bird Area (logo attached if desired) and National Wildlife Area, Wye Marsh is a birders paradise all year round. The Wye Marsh interpretative centre sits on 3,000 acres and forest and wetland with over 25km of trails, a floating boardwalk, blinds and an observation tower offering endless opportunities for viewing wildlife. Throughout the year the marsh is alive with songbirds, waterfowl and birds of prey and the beloved trumpeter swan.
Often called the ‘Home of Trumpeter Swans’ in Ontario, Wye Marsh was a partner in the reintroduction program in the early 1980’s to re-establish the trumpeter swan in its former habitat and range. The swans are seen throughout the year from the viewing platform along with a variety of other waterfowl. In the winter there can be up to 70 trumpeter swans at the marsh! Every season offers new opportunities to see and experience the different inhabitants of the Marsh. Come escape, explore and experience birding at Wye Marsh.
Visit Wye Marsh during the Get Outdoors Festival, August 8 & 9 and see songbird and hummingbird banding demonstrations.