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Rose Point Trail


This six-kilometre trek is no problem for most hikers. It is located in the Seguin township area and is an important link in the Park to Park system, as it joins Killbear to Algonquin Provincial Park and its many trails. It is a great hike for those who love to trek along a river; the green waters of the Boyne run along the length of the trail, right to the waters of Georgian Bay.

Wildlife viewing enthusiasts always have a chance at seeing deer, bear, or moose, and one of the ponds on the trail is actually home to an endangered species of minnow. The trail route travels from James Bay Junction Road South through to Rose Point Road along the along the old JR Booth Rail bed. It is an important link in the Park- To-Park Trail and the Ontario Federation of Snowmobile Clubs TOP trail systems.

The importance of this trail increases with being a vital link in larger provincial and regional trail systems. The rich history, geology and nature found along this trail provide a stunning environment for recreational trail users to enjoy. Directions: People can access the trail via Glen Burney Road or James Bay Junction road. 

 

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