Explore this trail on your next visit to Algonquin Park, Ontario

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Beaver Pond Trail

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The concluding view of the Trial...! (This was clicked in Aug end)
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The trail as seen during Fall
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The trail as seen during Fall

Where is it?

Beaver Pond Trail is a 2.0 km loop trail inside Algonquin Park (Ontario, Canada) that leads to an excellent views of two beaver ponds providing an insight into the Algonquin's fascinating beaver pond ecology. The trail offers excellent opportunity to observe the role of the beaver in the environment. You may or may not see beavers while walking this trail, but you will definitely observe signs their activity and influence. The trail is located only a 2 km drive from the Visitor Centre along highway.

Length

2.0 km loop

Difficulty Rating

Moderate.

Kids friendly

Yes, 4yrs plus advisable

Features & Amenities

Beaver ponds, Beaver dams, parking

Fees

A valid Park permit is required for trail use.

Wheel chair/ Stroller friendly

No

Best time to visit

The trail is primarily used for hiking and walking and is best used from May end until early October. One will get to see astonishing shades during fall. The view at the concluding point of the trail is worth the trekking efforts anyone would take to complete this small trail.

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