ST. JOHNS MARSH

6201 Pointe Tremble Road, Clay Township

This land is part of the St. Clair River delta and provides critical nesting areas for shorebirds and waterfowl with vast numbers of ducks, geese, and swans during spring and fall migration. Viewing is best from kayak or canoe or along M-29. A trail leads into the marsh from the DNR boat launch parking area. Be sure to wear hunter orange during open hunting seasons.

 
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A variety of ducks, swallows, swans, as well as Black-crowned Night Herons, American Wigeons, White-winged Scoters inhabit the marsh. Rare marsh birds and the Virginia Rail can be seen here.

 

AMENITIES

Below is a list of amenities available at this property.

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VIEWING SEASON

Year-round viewing is available

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PARKING

A gravel parking space is available

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RESTROOMS

No restrooms

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TRAIL CONDITION

No. There is a limited two-track/trail that is used for maintenance

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PICNIC TABLES

No picnic tables

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BOAT LAUNCH

There is canoe and kayak access and a boat launch

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FEE

No fee