This 10 km kayaking adventure is perfect for first time paddlers, yet simultaneously offers a few challenges to hold the interest of those more experienced in the art of kayaking. Navigate the lush greenery and native fauna that engulfs the steep banks of this 60 km watershed.
Big Creek NWA is located on the north shore of Lake Erie, 3 kilometers (km) southwest of Port Rowan, Ontario. It is home to a wealth of wildlife, including birds, frogs, turtles, amphibians, insects and many other species, all of which rely on wetland habitats. The extensive marshes at the mouth of Big Creek are remarkably undisturbed compared to other Great Lakes coastal wetlands. Located at the base of the Long Point peninsula, the Big Creek NWA marshes are a major staging area for waterfowl and more than 200 bird species use the area during their spring and fall migrations.