Have your say!
Respond to our survey on this year’s edition of Open NCC. The survey should take approximately five minutes to complete.
Feeling bogged down? Join our conservation officers and biologists for a meet-and-greet and a special presentation on the Mer Bleue Bog—Ottawa’s own internationally significant wetland—and its wildlife. As the most accessible peat bog in eastern Ontario, Mer Bleue is a true gem of the National Capital Region.
About the activity
This is a partially accessible walking tour. The trail is a mostly flat wooden boardwalk, with a hill at the end of the trail, which may not be suitable for all mobility devices. This activity is suitable for all ages.
- 10 am to 10:45 am: French session (add to calendar)
- 11:15 am to noon: English session (add to calendar)
- 1 pm to 1:45 pm: French session (add to calendar)
- 2:15 pm to 3 pm: English session (add to calendar)
Conservation officers meet-and-greet
Drop in at the kiosk between 10 am to 3 pm.
This site is accessible by car. There is free parking on site.
Good to know
There is a gender-neutral outhouse and sheltered picnic area with universally accessible picnic tables. There is no water on site. Bring your own water bottle.