Located off Firehall Rd. at the North end of the village of Providence Bay (by the arena), this is the property line between Lots 3 and 4, running from Firehall Rd. down to Lake Huron.
The 2 km. walk takes you through thick cedar bush, open meadows, rare alvars rock outcrops, wildflowers, and down to the private and secluded beach at Lake Huron. Keep an eye out for wildlife (hawks, turkey vultures, owls, grouse, deer, field mice, rare red squirrels, raccoons, foxes, and rabbits).
Often, you will find large rocks recently overturned by large animals looking for a meal. At the entrance to Firehall Rd. (across from the Firehall) is a small woods with a small cave for those wanting to explore further; be careful not to fall in! The walk will take you 1 to 2 hrs. With information from the Blacks Bay Lodge website.
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