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Green Ribbon Trail

Left: The sheltered waters of Barnsdale Marsh are a local boating and fishing destination. Top right: aquatic vegetation grows in profusion in this provincially significant wetland traversed by the Green Ribbon Trail. Middle right: a trail map and interpretive panel is located onsite. Bottom right: Martindale Road crosses the wetland.


General Information

Located North of the Merrit Trail, the Green Ribbon Trail passes through the Barnsdale Marsh, a provincially significant wetland.  The trail's north end will leave you at the rural-urban divide on Third Street Louth, allowing you to explore further West into the Niagara's scenic rural routes or go East to the lively and historic Port Dalhousie.  The Green Ribbon Trail was developed by the local community and is dedicated to missing children.

 


 

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Click to play or download Green Ribbon Trail TripClip (mp3 format)

This destination is also part of the TripClip tour 'Touring the Twelve.'


 

 

Cultural

Interpretive Signage

Ecological

The area surrounding the trail is environmentally sensitive and is considered a class one wetland.

Recreational Uses

The trail is ideally suited for seasonal or year round activities such as fishing, ice skating, jogging and canoeing.

Adjacent Land Uses

Wetland

Further Information

Niagara Greenway Network: http://jeeves.brocku.ca/tren/EPI/ngnhome.htm

 

City of St. Catharines, Community Services, Parks and Recreation: http://city.stcatharines.on.ca/recreation/pt/green_ribbon_trail.asp

 

Ownership & Management

City of St. Catharines, Recreation and Community Services The John Howard Society Members of the Green Ribbon Trail Committee Child Find, private sector companies and donations from the community.

Facilities

Parking

Address

St. Catharines, Ontario

GPS Co-ordinates

Latitude 43.184937
Longitude -79.281764
Trail entrance and parking is located west of Martindale Road.

Trail length 

0.529 km

Surface features 

Gravel. Former roadbed of Old Martindale Raod.

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