There are over 3 km of winding boardwalks and trails that allow close-up viewing of the wetland habitat.
As you can see, the trees are starting to turn crimson. While we were walking by, hundreds of red-winged blackbirds flew in to nestle into this marsh.
Can't resist a picture of a covered bridge - they are so cute.
I could not believe the beauty of these birch trees, that grow wild everywhere, framing the boardwalk. What a great walk!
We visited the Campbell Carriage Factory Museum and from 1855 to 1951 the Campbell family of Sackville produced top quality buggies, wagons and sleighs for generations of Maritimers. It was interesting to see authentic patterns, tools and hardware on display.