ANNAPOLIS MARSH TOURS

Explore the wild side of Annapolis Royal

We will not be offering our guided tour program during the 2020 season. If you are part of a community organization, youth group, or education program and would like to set-up a tour or program at the marsh, please contact Communications and Outreach Coordination, Katie McLean. 

Photos courtesy of Lois Jenkins

SELF GUIDED MARSH TOUR

Audio now available in English & French

We are pleased to announce that you are now able to take a self-guided marsh tour. 

Audio recordings are available for 9 stops along the tour route. You can follow the map in order, or create your own tour sequence. 

We recommend that you download audio files and the map to your smartphone or another device in advance of the tour. 

Annapolis Marsh Tour Map.png

Thank you to Annapolis Investments in Rural Opportunity, Josie Todd, and Randy Fredericks for their support in developing the Annapolis Marsh Tour Program. Self-guided tour audio narrated by Abigail Bonnington with assistance for translation provided by Christine Igot. . 

1. CARP Office
00:00 / 01:14
2. Train Station
00:00 / 01:14
3. First Look-off Platform
00:00 / 02:02
4. Scots Pine Stand
00:00 / 01:52
5. Second Look-off Platform
00:00 / 02:46
6. Peninsulas
00:00 / 01:51
7. Field Succession
00:00 / 01:14
8. Basalt and Granite Breakwater
00:00 / 01:05
9. Estuaries
00:00 / 02:42
1. Bureau de CARP
00:00 / 01:38
2. La gare de train
00:00 / 01:51
3. Première plateforme de l’observation
00:00 / 03:07
4. La forêt de pins sylvestres
00:00 / 02:42
5. Deuxième plateforme
00:00 / 03:44
6. Les péninsules
00:00 / 02:27
7. La succession
00:00 / 01:47
8. La géologie
00:00 / 01:21
9. Les estuaires
00:00 / 03:53