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Dam Trail


The Discovery Routes map lists 33 trails, a majority of which are offered for hiking. In North Bay, Discovery Routes lists Laurier Woods, Education Center Trails, Jack Pine Hill Multi-Use Trails, Laurentian Park Footpath, Kinsmen Trail and the Kate Pace Way.

To the west lies the Theodore Fouriezos Wetland Trails in Sturgeon Falls. To the east is the Corbeil Conservation Area and Voyer Trail in Corbeil, the Eau Claire Gorge in Eau Claire and the Timber Trail on the far end of Pimisi Bay.

To the south are the Forgotten Trails in the South River area consisting of the Loxton Beaver Trail, Moose Mountain Trail, Tower Trail, One-A-Day Trail and Muskoka Trail. Also south are the Pines in Powassan, The Old Nipissing Road stretching from Magnetewan up to Commanda and possibly beyond and a few in Magnetewan including The Dam Trail.

Once in the village of Magnetawan, venture over to the newly restored dam and locks. Follow the "Dam Trail" sign around the island and take vistas of waterfalls, granite outcroppings, the old lighthouse on scenic Lake Cecebe, and Centennial Park. This trail is adjacent to the museum in the old powerhouse that used to supply hydroelectric power to the Village of Magnetawan.



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