This was an incredible find. Totally free, this boardwalk of many kms is obviously used by locals for evening strolls, watching the sunset and visiting with the beavers.
It was a project to protect the wetlands while at the same time give the public access in a non-obtrusive way. There were descriptive and interesting display boards along the way explaining the local vegetation, habits of the wildlife and the boardwalk project itself.
Signage was good to get there although our hotel had to direct us in the right direction to start with. Parking is free
For young children, care must be taken as this boardwalk has no handrails. It is hard to pass another group going the other way as it is quite narrow. The water level is right up to the boardwalk.
Seeing the beavers so close is incredible and worth the time takes to wait for them to come out.
Go in the evening/dusk as this is when the beavers who are nocturnal will appear, but leave before it gets dark. There are no lights.
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