Boat Cove Trail
Located at the entrance to Isle aux Morts, this trail offers the visitor a relaxing walk and a breathtaking view of the community and the archipelago of islands that surround it.
This trail tells the story of how residents of the nearby community of Isle aux Morts collected their daily water supply in the early 1900’s before the town water system was installed. Interpretation panels, rest areas and an observatory deck overlook the community.
Keep your eyes open for local flora (including the pitcher plant) which can be found along the Boat Cove Trail.
The Harvey Trail is a gravel, coastal trail honoring the site of the daring rescues by the George Harvey family.
This trail winds along a rugged shoreline and offers the walker a relaxing fitness hike complete with breath-taking scenery, stories of heroism and an opportunity to experience nature’s many gifts.
The Harvey Trail includes interpretation panels, a gazebo on the high point and a mural at the end of the trail. Picnic tables and rest benches give the hiker an opportunity to rest and take in the gorgeous scenery.