I am a big fan of the McLaughlin Bay Wildlife Reserve and thankful to all the volunteers who made it a reality. I thoroughly enjoyed my last vist - except for the mosquitoes. I was saddened to see the poor state of the boardwalk. Part of it was cordoned off but there are a lot of boards that need to... 更多
It's a lovely marsh trail...however, there were no garbage cans or recycling bins available where the path entrance is located. As well, there are no dogs allowed....If you have your dog on a leash, why can't we walk our dogs here? They claim is scares some of the wildlife...well, that's nature...why try to control a natural environment where the hierarchy... 更多
It's a great place to just go wonder around and have a look at nature at its best! All kinds of birds and smaller wild life, insects and creatures. Very peaceful and seems that people are respecting the reserve and not doing anything to upset the echo balance!
My wife and I went for a walk to the lake on Sunday. The quiet was soothing to the soul. We hike here often as I like to take pictures and she looks for little pieces of driftwood. It is possible to complete a long hike by going from the entrance to the conservation area to Darlington Provincial Park. We... 更多
Our family use this reserve for canoeing and just simply to enjoy the outdoors. When our children were younger it was great for nature walks.
Spring or summer is a great time to put in your kayak or canoe for a leisurely paddle around the marsh. Always plenty of wildlife to see, including ducks, geese, heron, beaver, snapping turtles, and a plethora of marsh birds. As it's sheltered from the wind and lake, the waves are usually minimal, making it great to take young children... 更多
this sanctuary bounded by east oshawa and darlington provincial park is an awesome visit to untrampled marshland. there are so many divergent pathways here. depending on the time of day it can be very uninhabited. this is a wonderful escape spot for nature lovers. so many varied species of birds, and animals call this reserve home. it is near spotless,... 更多
If you park at the bottom of the west parking lot of the GM Headquarters Building on Colonel Sam Drive (lots of parking and the company does not mind since it owns the Reserve) it is an easy walk to a viewing platform that overlooks Second Marsh. Watch for birds every where. Bring some bird seed along to feed the... 更多