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Peace Park Nature Trail


The Lester B. Pearson Peace Park trail circles the 17 acre site. Over 30 signs at different points illustrate plants, and animals which have been seen at the Park.

The trail draws attention not only to trees(White Pine, Cedar, Elm, Ironwood,etc.) but also their enemies(Dutch Elm Disease,White Pine Weevil,etc.) On any given day you may see a White-tailed Deer, a Turkey or maybe even an Owl.

The Park has picnic tables and also is a very peaceful place to reflect and enjoy how quiet nature is.

With information provided by Jim Burns from Rural Routes.ca


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