3720 Keewahdin Road, Fort Gratiot Township
The ponds here are home to a large variety of waterfowl and provide a safe resting place during migration as no hunting is allowed. This is also a great warbler migration hot spot and provides a habitat for woodpeckers, swallows, raptors, marsh, and wading birds.
Flycatchers, warblers, vireos, ducks, sandpipers, sparrows, nuthatches, Belted Kingfishers, Marsh wrens, and Least Bitterns are commonly seen. Rare sightings include birds during spring migration, osprey, Wood ducks, Green heron, Red-necked Grebes, and Mute swans.
Below is a list of amenities available at this property.
Year-round viewing is available
Paved parking is available
Portal restrooms are available
The trail is paved
Picnic tables and picnic shelters are available.
There is a boat launch for radio-controlled boats only and no canoe or kayak access