Deer Lake Trail
City: White RiverLength: 2.5 kmRegion: Northwest Ontario
(White Lake Provincial Park)
This trail loops around a spruce bog and two large beaver ponds, then climbs a sandy ridge of jack pines. A boardwalk crosses the bog where insect-eating sundew and pitcher plant grow in a carpet of floating moss.
You'll find a viewing platform and benches along the trail. Inland from cool Lake Superior, White Lake is a sheltered basin with sandy beaches, warm-water swimming and exceptional fishing.
Once a rich source of furs and lumber, this park offers natural treasures – orchids and bogs with insect-eating plants – plus educational...
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