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Our quarter-mile long trail takes visitors into the marsh where unparalleled views of migratory birds, fiddler crabs and other creatures are up close and personal.  Along the trail, several stations provide visitors with information on what is growing and living all around them.

At trail’s end, our 125′ pier stretches out over a tidal creek where you can observe one of the worlds’s largest colonies of laughing gulls. Or, you can simply sit, rest and enjoy a truly beautiful and peaceful vista.

Consult our calendar for a schedule of guided walks, featuring an informative film about the wetlands.

Take a Google Earth interactive tour of our Salt Marsh Trail with ‘Scute.

Click the markers to learn about some the wildlife and vegetation you can find in the salt marsh.

You can also take our interactive on Google maps: Salt Marsh Safari Tour.

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