The Festival has become a long-standing, favourite tradition for both families and visitors who come from far and wide to experience the Ball’s Falls annual festival and its natural setting.
Willoughby Marsh Conservation Area is a swamp ecosystem and one of the largest forested wetlands in the eastern part of the Niagara Peninsula.
Located at the head of Tee, Usshers, Lyons and Black Creeks, this Conservation Area protects an important source for these area waterways. This water source is also characterized as a wildlife area where a small organic basin and a slough pattern of gently rolling wet and drier pockets are dominated by maple and oak trees, buttonbush and meadowsweet, and some shallow cattail marsh, providing cover and feeding areas for many animals. Some of the animals seen here are: heron, evening grosbeak, northern harrier, Red-headed Woodpecker, Prothonotary warbler, white tailed deer and numerous amphibians.
This natural area provides a wilderness setting with no formal trails or facilities. Bird watching, seasonal hunting and passive recreational activities can be enjoyed at this site.
Conservation Areas Supervisor
Year round, 8 a.m. to 8 p.m.
Visit the Hunters & Anglers page for details and restrictions
August 14, 2017 (BINBROOK, ON) - On August 14, 2017, a blue-green algae bloom was detected in the Binbrook Reservoir (Lake Niapenco) by the City of Hamilton Public Health Department. The Niaga
Having heard from many of our partners and stakeholders in the community during the final stage of our Policy Review, the NPCA Board of Directors has approved extending the commenting period for th