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Brule Trail


The Brulé Trail is a 2km. trail which provides a link with the Dunes Trail. This trail was named after Étienne Brûlé, an adventurous young Canadian sent by Champlain to live among the Hurons in the early 1600s. The trail passes through a portion of the park's upland mixed deciduous forest.

Many of the park trails are located on old logging roads. Since the late 1800s, the forest in the park area has been allowed to revert to their natural state. White Pine, Red Oak and Large-tooth Aspen now dominate the unique forest area.


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