Nahma Marsh Trail

Area Status: Open

This 0.3 mile linear trail once crept under a dense cedar forest, but a windstorm in 1997 leveled the trees leaving hikers today with broad vistas of the marsh. This hard surfaced fully accessible trail ends at a two-tiered viewing platform where an assortment of wetland wildlife can be seen. This trail will soon regain it natural appearance as the forest heals from the effects of the wind storm.

At a Glance

Current Conditions: This trail is not groomed in winter.
Closest Towns: Rapid River

General Information


From Rapid River drive east 13.8 miles on US-2 to Country Road 497. Turn right (southeast) on 497 and drive 3 miles to the Nahma Marsh sign and gravel road on the right(west). Turn right (west) and continue to the trailhead.

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Day Hiking

0.3 hiking trail

Difficulty Level: Easy

Viewing Wildlife

An assortment of wildlife can be viewed from a platform overlooking the marsh.

Interpretive Areas

This hard surfaced, fully accessible trail ends at a viewing platform with interpretive signs.

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