Oak Hammock Marsh, a half hour north of Winnipeg, is a world-renowned wildlife viewing site. There is more here than a dazzling array of birds. You will also find an award-winning visitor centre, walking trails, interpretive signs and programs for all ages. The site is 3,500 hectares of marsh, grasslands, aspen-oak bluffs and planted wildlife cover. The assorted habitats mean a diversity of wildlife. Visit in spring and fall to see the breathtaking flights of waterfowl filling the sky. Oak Hammock Marsh is also home to some 25 mammals, and a variety of amphibians, reptiles and fish. There is always wildlife to see at Oak Hammock Marsh.
Oak Hammock Marsh is located just north of Highway 67, between Highway 7 and 8. Follow the signs and turn north onto PR 220. Follow the road until you see the interpretive centre on your right.
There is no hunting in the WMA but you can hunt on surrounding private lands with landowner permission.
Entry fee to the visitor centre. There is no fee to visit the Wildlife Management Area and wetland.