Current Trail Conditions

Wye Marsh Wildlife Centre's trail system is open. 

There is flooding and a partial trail closure on the Waterfront ID Trail, and the Muskrat Loop. Please hike with caution, and note that you cannot pass these closures.

The Visitor Centre, and Birds of Prey Field are open.

For more information on Wye Marsh's phased re-opening amid COIVD-19, please click here.

This page is updated as conditions change.


Trail Maps:

Hiking Trails during COVID-19:

There are specific one way entry and ext points to Wye Marsh's trails as we work through the phases of our re-opening amid COVID-19. Please refer to the map below. 

Click here for a downloadable map of Wye Marsh's hiking trails during COVID-19.

Hiking Trails:

Explore both woodland & wetland trails, featuring the Great Lakes-St. Lawrence forest region and a provincially significant wetland (cattail marsh).  The majority of our trails are hard packed and suitable for a variety of assistive devices, strollers and wagons. 

Click here for a map of Wye Marsh's hiking trails.  / Cliquez ici pour une carte des sentiers de randonnée du Marais Wye.

Click here for a map of Wye Marsh's snowshoe trails. / Cliquez ici pour une carte des sentiers de raquette du marais Wye.

Cross Country Ski Trails:

We've got over 25 beautiful kilometers to explore - and if you need them, the rentals to help you do it. From beginner to experienced, come discover  cross country skiing at Wye Marsh! Want to ski but don't have your own equipment? No problem. We offer rentals for all you need to get out and ejoy winter. Click here for more info.

Click here for a map of Wye Marsh's cross country ski trails.  / Cliquez ici pour une carte des pistes de ski de fond du Marais Wye.