The Blueberry Plains Trail is part of the Blueberry Plains Nature Reserve, which is a unique ecosystem. It traverses rare pine savannah and sand dunes and is home to a wide variety of wildlife and many rare species of wildflowers.
Ski and snowshoe rentals are available at the Pavilion located at the trailhead. Wasaga Beach offers various amenities, including accommodations, such as Dyconia Hotel and Donato House, as well as cottage rentals.
The combination of raised beach ridges and swales, various sand dune features and rare plant life make this area unique in Ontario. It is highly sensitive to human disturbances and therefore has been set aside as a nature reserve zone of the park.
The Friends of Wasaga Beach have published The Pine Trail interpretive booklet to guide you through the dynamic formation of our sand dune ecosystems and introduce you to a few of the unique plants and animals that can make this area special.
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For more information on the great sport of snowshoeing please see our partner Snowshoe Canada
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