Gamiing Nature Centre Trails

Explore the wetlands and forests at Gamiing Nature Centre. The 55 hectare property includes over 7 km of trails and 15 hectares of wetland along scenic Pigeon Lake. Future plans include a 600 metre boardwalk into the marsh.

The Lakeview Trail runs from the trail head through the middle of the property to the lake.

The Glacier Trail runs from the trail head to the east and is an example of glacial deposits. ssy Trail.

The Grassy Trail runs from the Lakeview Trail to the east. This trail has been designated to become the “learning trail” with identification cards on the various trees and shrubs to help identifying the species during all seasons. This trail comes out on the Lakeview Trail.

Cedar Grove Trail runs from the trail head to the west of the property. It leads through various ecosystems, from meadows to a stand of pines and leads into a cedar grove at the bottom of the trail.

The Rocky Ridge Trail starts half way down the Lakeview Trail, just before this trail takes you down the hill. Rocky Ridge Trail runs along a ridge to the Cedar Grove Trail.

The Pine Grove Trail runs from Cedar Grove Trail at the wildlife feeding station to the Lakeview Trail and ends at the firepit near the lake. This trail runs throught a large stand of white pine.

The Beaver Trail starts at the point where the Lakeview Trail turns sharply to the right. The Beaver Trail leads through a stand of Basswood before it comes to the marsh, then climbs up a hill and down to the lake where it meets up with the Lakeview Trail.

The Turtle Bay Trail starts where the Lakeview Trail ends and runs south along the lake till it turns right and meets Cedar Grove Trail.

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Gamiing Nature Centre Trails characteristics

Length: 8 trails totalling 7 km.
Difficulty: Moderate (Trail classifications)
Trail surface: Natural
Trail use: Hiking
Accessibility Notes: Not wheelchair accessible
Fees: None reported

Flora & Fauna:

Not reported yet

Amenities: Washrooms

Attractions: Osprey platform

City of Kawartha Lakes Telephone: 705-324-9411

Find it: 1884 Pigeon Lake Road, Lindsay, ON

GPS Coordinates (main trailhead):
Latitude: 44.4167050
Longitude: -78.5166610