Rattray Marsh Conservation Area

Hiking at Rattray Marsh Conservation Area


660 Bexhill Road, Mississauga, Ontario

What to See & Do*

Walking trails and raised boardwalks
Bird watching
Lake Ontario Shoreline
Dog walking (leashed dogs only please)
Lake Ontario Waterfront Trail

Limited Parking and Pedestrian Access:

  • Jack Darling Memorial Park (1180 Lakeshore Rd. West)
  • Green Glade Public School (1550 Green Glade)

Pedestrian Access Only:

  • Behxill Road
  • Meadow Wood Road
  • Silver Birch Trail
  • Old Poplar Row

Contact us

Toll Free 1-800-367-0890
Email: recreation@cvc.ca

Hours of Operation

After sunrise and before sunset daily.

General Admission Fees

Memberships available.


Limited parking, washrooms and picnic tables at Jack Darling Municipal Park.

** Buses and large groups should park at Jack Darling Municipal Park. Please avoid street parking **

* fishing and cycling are not permitted


Tick awareness and prevention information


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