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Chikanishing Trail


Winding to the park's southern boundary, this trail crosses a series of small ridges and ends at a wave-washed point on Georgian Bay.

Vegetation is typical of the rocky, windswept terrain of Georgian Bay, though taller pine and oak have flourished in wind-sheltered spots where soil has accumulated.

Old iron rings used for mooring lines during logging days can still be seen along the trail. Interpretive plaques tell the colourful history of this part of Georgian Bay.


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