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Coleman Trail


Bay Lake access at Coleman Creek mouth or at the Lake Anima Nipissing, Burnt Bay or land access at the intersection with Burns Trail near the outlet of Coleman Lake. Its about 4 Kms in length with a good picnic spot at the outlet of Coleman Lake.

This is one of the 6000 year old native trails (meaning a Nastawgan trail) also used for hauling pine logs over the height of land to the Ottawa River before the saw mills were built in Latchford. In summer, look for artifacts from bygone times.

In winter, try ice fishing. Coleman Trail is mostly used in winter now. (ref. Craig K. Macdonald’s Historical Map of Temagami).



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