Rod Reid Nature Trail

Season: Summer | Activity: Bird Watching, Hiking, Sightseeing, Tracks and Trails
Rod Reid Nature Trail is suitable for the whole family, the 2.1 km trail with its easy, wide, level-ground path is ideal for children and seniors. The trail circles around the astonishing Loch Lomond wetlands and offers hikers a chance to examine wetland plants and observe the area’s extraordinary birds from one of several viewing platforms. Loch Lomond is also known as Beaver Pond since it was created by a beaver dam, which is still visible at the mouth of the pond.

Directions: This trail can be easily reached by driving up 8th Ave, then connecting to 9th Avenue until you reach the parking lot or by following the Eveneshen Trail from the Burns Lake Visitors Information Centre on Highway 16.


KM from Burns Lake

Trail Details

Difficulty: Easy
Length: 2.1 KM

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