The trail inside the Preserve along Chippewa Creek offers walkers a chance to observe a small swath within a much larger region of important wetland habitat that extends from the Adirondack mountains northward across the St. Lawrence and into Algonquin Park. This is a great opportunity for hiking, birding, and wildlife observation.
The Chippewa Bay Nature Trail is open from dawn to dusk. The trail is marked through the Preserve. Trail amenities include an elevated wildlife observation platform, footbridges, stairs over steeper inclines, a boot brush station, and interpretive signage. For more information, please contact the Thousand Islands Land Trust.
For more information, please visit the Thousand Islands Land Trust online, or contact:
The trail (inside of the Preserve) is located at the end of New Road in Chippewa Bay. If you are using GPS to find it, look for River Bay Adventure Inn at 97 New Road. Once you reach River Bay Adventure Inn, go straight ahead, up a slight rise into the woods. There is a small parking area about a quarter mile further ahead on the left.
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