For a relaxing walk or an early morning jog, this level trail is hard to beat. The trail hugs the shoreline of the park's largest lake and is alive with wildlife. A wide variety of birds flit through the trees and there is evidence of larger animals like moose and bear. Quiet hikers may catch a glimpse of one of these elusive animals.
|Length||4.7 km / 2.9 mi (loop)||
|Elevation||15 m (50 ft)|
|Significant features||Acadian forest, lake
Level trail. Rugged with wet sections.
|Trailhead||At the Warren Lake picnic area or from the connector trail (1.6 km) across from Broad Cove Campground
Lat: 46.713207 Long: -60.383985