My wife and I walked five of the trails in Algonquin Provincial Park, and this one was perhaps the most unique because of the beaver activity. While we didn't see any beaver (they are nocturnal), it was interesting to see their lodges, dams and ponds. It's a fairly easy 1.2 mile trail, with a number of viewpoints of the beaver activity. Definitely a trail I'd recommend if you have the time.
NOTES: There are free guide books for each trail that you can pick up when you start and drop off at the end of the trail. You will need a park permit to park in the trail parking lot. Finally, BE SURE TO TAKE BUG SPRAY! We had two kinds, a "natural" spray that didn't seem to even phase the mosquitoes, and wipes with 30% Deet that kept them off for the most part. Since we used wipes, we couldn't really do anything for our clothes and the little buggers would bite through your shirt. We were there in mid-June and they were pretty bad; I can't speak for the rest of the year. Just be prepared!
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