Part of the only bog wetland in the Niagara Peninsula, the Wainfleet Bog is a wonderful showcase of hundreds of species of wetland flora and fauna.
The trails and boardwalks make it easy to wind your way through; the area is damp, so wet-weather gear and rubber boots are a good idea. Nature photographers won’t want to miss it.
Really enjoy this area since it has become more of a conservation area and not a hunting area...we have lots of those. Some of the boardwalks have seemed to vanish and are in disrepair so be careful...
Cohocton, New York
Use bug repellent, even in cold weather. Trail is brushy and not well marked or maintained. Very wet in some spots. Saw tracks from old peat harvesting operation, but there was no information about...
I visited just yesterday for a small birding adventure. I am not from the area and I like to try new places. There is essentially one main outer trail that goes around a small lake/bog. For a...