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Cranberry Marsh is one of the two provincially significant, coastal wetlands that make up the Lynde Shores Conservation Area, one of the largest contiguous areas of natural waterfront within the Greater Toronto Area.
Known for its wildlife viewing opportunities, the 116 acres Cranberry Marsh is an important migratory stopover area for waterfowl and numerous other birds along the north shore of Lake Ontario.
Visit Central Lake Ontario Conservation for more information.