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Harrison Trail


This trail was once a gravel roadway, but is now closed to vehicles. It travels the length of the park and passes by a variety of habitats including Oak Woodland, Oak Savannah, small prairie openings and Carolinian forest.

Excellent for both birds and butterflies. This trail may also be used for cycling. Jutting from the shores of Lake Erie, this enormous crescent-shaped sandspit features delicate dunes stubbled with hardy grasses; and marshlands where herons, bitterns and rails nest. Beech, sassafras, sugar maple, shagbark hickory and tulip trees thrive in one of Canada’s largest Carolinian forests. Sunlit meadows of prairie grasses grow here among towering oaks and pines in a protected oak savanna.

Rare animal species, including the endangered prothonotary warbler and the eastern spiny softshell turtle, call Rondeau home.



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