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Beech River Walking Trail


The Beech River links Beech Lake to Boshkung Lake. Once home to a sawmill, the river is now popular with fishermen and blue herons. This trail takes visitors through a pine forest alive with birds such as whippoorwills and ravens. Lucky travellers will glimpse deer browsing or a fox looking for its dinner. This loop begins at bridge and takes visitors through a pine forest alive with birds.

There is a picnic table at the midway for walkers to rest at. Directions: Take North Shore Road (just 5 km north of Carnarvon off Highway 35) to the Algonquin Highlands Township Office. Parking and trailhead kiosk are located at the Township Office. To access the trail, walk along North Shore Rd. to Dominion Ave. – the trail is approx. 500 m along, at the river.


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