Deer Marsh Interpretive Trail

Deer Marsh Interpretive Trail

The well-maintained interpretive trail at this site gives a close look at the plants and animals that live in and around wetlands. The trail traverses forests and open areas as it snakes around the main body of Deer Marsh. You may see a wide variety of wetland wildlife such as ducks, geese, herons, shorebirds, beavers, and otters. Also, watch for deer, eagles, osprey, and songbirds. Best viewing opportunities are in the spring, but summer and fall can be good, too. Portions of this area are open to public hunting. Contact the Michigan Dept of Natural Resources for affected seasons and locations.

DNR - Deer Marsh

Contact Information


Sidnaw Road

Sidnaw, MI 49961

Driving Directions

Phone: (906) 852-3500

Location of Deer Marsh Interpretive Trail

Map of Michigan