Kenogamisis Sno Club Trail
City: GeraldtonLength: 200.0 kmRegion: Northwest Ontario
This trail passes through a forest of trembling aspen, the prominent tree in the park.
Much of the original forest was destroyed by fire in 1939. A trail guide explains forest succession.
Named after an abandoned gold mine, this park on a peninsula in Kenogamisis Lake offers excellent swimming, walleye and pike fishing in its bays and marshes.
If you're lucky, you'll see the northern lights.
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