for resting and wild life observing.
then heads farther back into the woods then by a
beaver pond up a ridge then along a winter road, a
road that was used in the winter by loggers, then
back into the woods and along the lake once again
to end up back where you started.
by water. There is a day use site and dock at the
head of the trail.
blueberries along the hiking trail.
on the top of the limbless tree, you will see an
osprey nest. If you look just below the bench in the
beaver pond, you will see a path in the weeds: that
is a beaver runway, the path the beaver takes to
leave the pond. In the beaver pond, if you look to
the right you will see a pile of logs covered with
grass, that is the beaver lodge.
In the spring time the crappies come up close to
shore in the pencil weeds to spawn.
Bench Overlooking Beaver Pond
Osprey Nest Overlooking the Pond
Bench Overlooking Black Bay
Boatdock and Shorelunch Site for the Hiking Trail
White Pine Plantation
Blue Diamond Trail Markers
Raspberries Along the Trail
Some Tricky Footing
And some fine grouse hunting!