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Guelph Lake Water Trail


While the main attraction to Guelph Lake Water Trail is obviously the lake itself, the weeping willow tree and birdfeeder always attract a lot of attention.

Furthermore, it is not all that uncommon to catch a glimpse of a turkey vulture, deer, fox, or rabbit. The trail begins from the Nature Centre Building before it passes through thick cedar forest.

The trail bends and approaches Speed River (a tributary of Guelph Lake), winding up near the Guelph Dam before looping back to the centre.


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