Cedarville, MI 49719
Open Year Round: No
Birdwatchers will flock to one of the best places in the region to observe black terns. Other nature lovers can enjoy a picnic lunch while watching passing boats and wildlife raising their young in the nearby marshes.
This is one of the best places in the region to observe black terns that nest in the marshes adjoining the waterfront park. The rich fringe of marshlands attracts dozens of species of water and marsh birds including red-winged blackbirds, American bittern, common snipe, American coot, ring-billed gulls and blue-winged teal. Bald eagles and osprey occasionally soar overhead. This is a great place to sit down and eat a picnic lunch and watch the wildlife rearing their young in the marshes and the local boaters pass through the channels.