Chippewa Bay Preserve

A mix of forest and wetland habitat, Chippewa Bay Preserve is part of the wildlife corridor that links the Adirondacks in the south with Algonquin Park to the north.

This Preserve along Chippewa Creek, includes important wetland habitat, protecting lands for wildlife and wildlife movements. Part of a wildlife corridor, that extends from the Adirondack mountains northward across the St. Lawrence and into Algonquin Park, the Preserve helps to provide safe passage as well as excellent habitat for breeding, nesting and feeding wildlife. This corridor is known as the Frontenac Arch.

This sixty-plus acre parcel is nestled along Chippewa Creek and has both forested and wetland habitat. A series of trails on the Preserve provide outdoor recreation opportunities, including hiking, birding, and wildlife observation. It also protects the watershed of Chippewa Creek and smaller rivulets that feed into Chippewa Bay on the St. Lawrence River.

Related Projects

  • Suspension bridge at Otter Creek under construction

    Trail Construction & Maintenance

    The Land Trust currently owns and manages over 40 miles of multi-use recreational trails throughout the greater Thousand Islands region. These rustic trails open the door to TILT’s Signature Preserves and are accessible to the public year around, providing individuals with unique outdoor experiences across a variety of landscapes.

  • New footbridge on the Chippewa Bay Nature Trail

    Chippewa Bay Nature Trail

    Creating a nature trail through the Chippewa Bay Preserve

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