Despite its small territory (1.5 km2), the Cherry River Marsh is home to great biodiversity as evidenced by its different ecosystems: woods, marshes, swamps and peat bogs. Hundreds of birds, mammals and amphibians find refuge in this natural environment, very close to downtown Magog. In addition, the trails of the Marais are fully marked for people with reduced mobility. Its access is free to all. In winter, snowshoe enthusiasts have the opportunity to take the 2.8 kilometers of trail in the heart of this natural link between Mont-Orford Park and Lake Memphremagog.
As a couple, family or with your dog, come make some fine discoveries by walking the 5.8 km of trails crossing various ecosystems. Minutes from downtown Magog, in addition to the trails, an observation tower, a large picnic area and a long bridge on stilts, come discover everything the marsh has to offer in all seasons. The trails are easily accessible and free via Roy Road or the Du Moulin parking lot. Come learn about the marsh by visiting the interpretation centre. Guided visits of the marsh by kayak are offered in July and August.Web Site