Tamarack Nature Trail
This self-guided interpretive trail has been designed to introduce the conservation area visitor to some of the unique plants and animals of the northern environment.
Located along the trail are fifteen interpretive stations whose numbers correspond to those in the available booklet.
Each station acts as a rest spot where you will be able to learn more about the natural and human history of the area while experiencing some of the sights, sounds and smells of the forest around you.
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This site is supported by a grant from the Ontario Ministry of Health Promotion Active 2010 Recreation Program, The Ministry of Natural Resources, The Ontario Trillium Foundation and trail users like you!
Hiking & Walking, Running, Cross Country Skiing, Snowshoeing & Backcountry
Grass/natural, Soil - Compacted, Boardwalk
Parking, Picnic areas, Designated rest areas, Lighting
Partial wheelchair access
Ontario's Wilderness Region
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