Port Burwell Provincial Park
This interpretive hiking trail which features a self-guiding brochure travels through a ravine and woodlot. Eleven stops explain local geology, flora and fauna.
This park in Canada’s “Deep South” is one of the best for witnessing spring migrations of songbirds and fall migrations of raptors, monarch butterflies, blue jays and dragonflies. Steep bluffs shelter stands of oak and maple.
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For more information on the great sport of snowshoeing please see our partner Snowshoe Canada
Between bluffs and warm water’s edge are ribbons of dunes, beach savanna and meadow.
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