This loop trail takes you through part of the largest of Dufferin County's forests at 604 hectares (1,492 acres). The Main Tract lies next to the Terra Nova wetland complex. As this is a very large property, keep track of where you’re heading and avoid side trails unless you have lots of time.
The variety of ecosystems will delight the naturalists in the family. There are both conifer and hardwood plantations, as well as natural upland hardwoods. A red pine plantation by the parking lot is used to demonstrate how thinning a plantation increases productivity
in the long term.
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