Excellent location to view wildlife, especially the birdlife in the spring. The boardwalk winds through the reeds allowing close up viewing of both the reeds and open water. Plenty of activity in both.
Calling all birders and people who like to walk and observe nature. It is all here - close to Enjoy Centre, can walk or bike or can drive and access from Lois Hole Park or Enjoy Centre. Great information along the way at information stands.
Great place to watch various types of birds and water fowl. Enjoyable and easy walk that is close to St. Albert and Edmonton. You don't need to spend a lot of time to feel relaxed and to reconnect with nature.
What a wonderful discovery finding natures marsh and boardwalk combined. Just off the Henday and straight across from the Enjoy Center is the perfect place for bird watching. The Boardwalk itself has signage with pictures and explanations of what to look for and what you might see. The bull rushes cover the area below and as far as you can...
A great place for solo, peaceful walk or for a family to enjoy nature. There is a new parking lot to make the area more accessible, but it does not appear to be open yet. There are seating areas along the boardwalk and signs explaining the significance of the marsh and lake to nature. Lots of bird watchers all year...
They have activities during the year that are very informative. They have days where they count birds and you can ask them questions and look through their binoculars. Plus its a beautiful, peaceful view and a nice walk/bike ride to get there.
This well built board walk through a wetland seems to be seldom visited, at least when I am there. The views and interpretive signage are well worth the walk. At the end of the boardwalk there is/will be a connector path to another park of the Lois Hole park. I hope that is opened soon.