The trail is located in Petroglyphs Provincial park near woodview Ontario. Although short the trail travels through marsh lands, over granite outcroppings and offers many views of minnow lake. Named Nanabush, after the Ojibway trickster it is thought that the trail follows a path like one traveled to reach the petroglyphs site. Accessible to most skill levels this trail offers a great opportunity to view the many visits and a chance to see many of the endangered species that call Petroglyphs call home.
The trail head is located in Petroglyphs provincial park it is near the main parking lot. Signs and maps are available in the park, parking fees do apply and trail should not be started later than 3 to ensure that you are out of the park by closing at 5pm. 2249 northey's bay road, Peterborough County, Ontario.
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