Meandering through the rare Oak Savanna habitat, this trail was the site of a prescribed burn in 1990. The colour trail guide highlights the human history of Pinery. This wheelchair accessible trail through oak savannah forest travels along the base of old dune ridges. There is also a side trail leading to an observation platform along the river, and a color trail guide that highlights the human history of Pinery.
Pinery has 10 km of sandy beach, 10 well-marked hiking trails, and a 12-km bicycle trail that winds through the park’s rare oak savanna environment. The Heritage Trail and Cedar Trail are barrier-free to persons with disabilities, and feature a viewing platform overlooking the Ausable River.
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Hiking & Walking, Cross Country Skiing, Snowshoeing & Backcountry
Soil - Compacted
Admission fee, Parking, Potable drinking water
Complete wheelchair access, Interpretive signage
Ontario's West Coast
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