The Willoughby Marsh is located on the outskirts of the city of Niagara Falls and is 232 hectares of protected land. This is a provincially significant wetland containing swamp and marsh communities. This conservation area is home to red, silver and black maple, white, slippery and rock elm. The area provides habitat for a variety of birds, mammals, snakes, frogs, toads and salamanders. The site helps protect the water source of Black, Usher, and Tee Creeks.
This marsh area can be used during various hunting seasons. No formal trails or facilities exist here. Bird watching, hunting and passive recreational activities can be enjoyed at this site. (This information is in reference to the Niagara Peninsula Conservation Authority Website)