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McNutt Family Trail


The North Bay – Mattawa Conservation Authority (NBMCA) is responsible in part or whole for preserving 15 properties around the region that represent the area’s unique natural beauty and/or are of ecological significance.

Many of the NBMCA's Conservation Areas provide recreational opportunities such as hiking, picnicking, photography, bird watching and canoeing, allowing the public to interact with nature and the great outdoors. Please note that with the exception of the Kinsmen Trail and sections of Kate Pace Way, the NBMCA's Conservation Areas are relatively rugged and proper footwear is recommended.

In 1980, the NBMCA acquired the Corbeil Conservation Area for flood plain control as the land includes part of the historic LaVase River and its floodplain. Recognizing its unique ecological features, the NBMCA developed a self-guided, 3.4 kilometer trail which leads visitors across numerous boardwalks and through a variety of landscapes.

The trails at Jack Pine Hill extend along the escarpment which is such a dominant feature in the City of North Bay. This area area was originally logged in the 1880's and soon after settled and farmed. Much of the escarpment was cleared at this time with very little old growth forest remaining. Some of the regenerated forest stands are in excess of 75 years old. Please contact the NBMCA at (705) 474-5420 for more information.


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