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Lake Ridge Trail


MacGregor Point Provincial Park

The rough surfaced Lake Ridge Trail circles the interior of MacGregor Point Provincial Park, and in the process passes by the shoreline of the 5,500 year old glacial Lake Nipissing.

Bicycling is not permitted, but were there some up for the challenge, the previously mentioned rough surface would likely deter them anyway. Equally interesting and informative is a short side trail that brings you to a boardwalk overlooking a former beaver pond and abandoned lodge.

Once there, storyboards will tell you about an old corduroy logging road, an early settlement, and the forest. The trail is named after the shoreline ridge of glacial Lake Nipissing which existed here some 5,500 years ago.

A short side trail takes you to a boardwalk overlooking a former beaver pond and abandoned lodge.



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