Saturday, September 10, 2011

Potter Marsh Boardwalk

   Potter Marsh is an accidental wetlands created when the railroad embankment caused a partial damming of three creeks. It’s supposedly a very good birding area. We didn’t see much wildlife but we’re not birders so we probably missed a lot. It’s a beautiful area but a little noisy because of the traffic along Seward Highway.

   The boardwalk is in good condition-all accessible. Do not take the ramp  leading to a gravel path that goes back to the parking lot. It has steps at the end without a ramp. The entire boardwalk out and back is about a mile long.

    The parking lot has long RV spaces.  Marsh
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