Basin Head Provincial Park, Beach & Fisheries Museum
Member - Island East Tourism Group
A nice loop hike through mixed forest. An abundance of ferns, fungi, wildflowers, shrubs and Acadian forest trees add to the secluded beauty. In autumn the vibrant foliage is appreciated by photographers. This is a must stop in Eastern PEI for early morning spring birding.
Somewhat up and down but trails are well maintained by PEI Forestry dept. One hour is sufficient to explore this 1km trail, a mixture of mature hardwoods and softwoods. For those interested in woodlot management, this trail features an educational brochure and has interpretive signage.
Trail Quick Facts
Difficulty Rating: 3.0
Length: 2.0 - 2.0 km
GPS Location: 46 23.326,-62 13.147
Surface Type: Forest Floor
Directions: 4.5 km East of Souris on # 16 to turn North on #303 and go 4 km to enter woods road on the East at the sign. Drive in a bit to park and see the sign to start the trail.
Infromation sourced with permission from www.islandtrails.ca
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