This is an easy walk through the woods which takes you to two beaver ponds, There is a caution sign for a cliff face which is small but could be a serious fall for a child. It's located near the end of the trail if you follow the interpretive signs in order.
At least one of the ponds is an active beaver pond. The interpretive signs describe the workings of the ponds and of a typical beaver colony. If you (and the kids) are quiet as you approach the pond, you might see them in action. We did in 2011. We also watched a blue heron fishing at the edge of the pond.
The trailhead is 45.2km east of the west entrance to Algonquin Provincial Park on Hwy 60.
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