Ojibwa translation means Diaper Point, possibly named for the large amount of moss on this area.
Passing between a thriving wetland area and quiet hardwood forest, this easy trail provides access to a number of fascinating habitats.
It passes beaver ponds and marshes, their shores crowded with purple pickerelweed and green grasses.
In the forest, listen for the tiny nuthatch - a bird that hangs upside down on tree branches as it searches for food.
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