Noisy River’s largely forested landscape is interrupted by a few meadows and a scenic portion of the Noisy River. Typical Niagara Escarpment features include cliffs, crevice caves, flat uplands, valley slopes and wetlands. Forty-six vegetation types have been identified in the nature reserve with a variety of forested upland, riparian and wetland habitats also present. Eight deciduous forest vegetation types occupy the thin escarpment rim soils and the upper slope lands.
Park Facilities: There are no visitor facilities, but the Bruce Trail crosses this nature reserve. The park offers good hiking, nature appreciation opportunities. Please remember that the many natural features here are vulnerable and easily damaged.
Location: About 20 km north of Shelburne on the Niagara Escarpment.
Facilities and Activities summary
(705) 429-2516 Size: 378.20 ha Year established: 1989 Park Classification: Nature Reserve