Starting at Sally's Beach Provincial Day Park, head toward the beach where there is a boardwalk. Follow the boardwalk and the path through the mowed grass field. If you want the long version of the hike, continue along the shore path towards the Inn at Spry Point.  In late 2008 the pathways around the Inn were not well maintained but were still passable with some difficulty. It may be worth the trouble as it is very scenic. There is an old, creaky look-off platform at the end of the point which has eroded considerable over the last few years. (source

Starting at the Inn at Spry Point, there is a map of the two routes and an explanation of the interpretive markers provided outside the Inn. It is a pleasant 0.8 km (0.5 miles) walk around the point and back to the Inn. There are nine interpretive markers and you will be thrilled by the scenic views of water and land. The edge of the banks running near the trail are fragile and potentially dangerous. The trail has been kept back from the edge and you are cautioned to stay on the trail for your safety. Do not leave children unattended. The upper trail starts where the lower trail ends, and is an enjoyable 3.2 km (2 miles) walk across the beach, then up and around the property. There's lots to see and you'll find interpretive markers 10 to 19. If you have any questions or would like more information on the trails, just ask at the front desk.

Trail Quick Facts
Difficulty Rating: 3.0
Length: 0.8 - 4.0 km
Structure: Stacked Loop
GPS Location: 46 15.802,-62 22.940
Environment: Rural
Surface Type: Wood, Boardwalk,
Grass or Vegetation,
Forest Floor
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  • Type: Parks, Trails & Gardens
  • Open: All year


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