Beaver Pond Trail

4.6
  • Address: Highway 60, Nipissing, Unorganized, South Part, ON, Canada, Algonquin Park
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  • Ticket Price: Free

Another beautiful trail that is found inside Algonquin Provincial Park is Beaver Pond Trail. Running along the two beaver ponds in the park, this trail offers stunning views of the Algonquin's ecology. The total distance of the trail is 2 kilometers.

  • Beaver Pond Trail Address: Highway 60, Nipissing, Unorganized, South Part, ON, Canada, Algonquin Park
  • Beaver Pond Trail Price: Free
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  • 62.5% of people who visit Algonquin Park include Beaver Pond Trail in their plan

  • 61.76% of people start their Beaver Pond Trail visit around 12 PM - 1 PM

  • People usually take around 1 Hr to see Beaver Pond Trail

Monday, Wednesday and Friday

95% of people prefer to travel by car while visiting Beaver Pond Trail

People normally club together Deep River Golf Club and Booth's Rock Trail while planning their visit to Beaver Pond Trail.

People also prefer to start their day with Beaver Pond Trail.

* The facts given above are based on traveler data on TripHobo and might vary from the actual figures

Beaver Pond Trail Reviews & Ratings

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  • Beautiful trail. In the guidebooks as the place most likely to see beavers and other wildlife. I think we set off a bit late to see the beavers but we saw lots of bird and small animal activity, as well as the spotted turtles and one shy deer. A leisurely 10km walk which can take the whole day due to lots of stopping and admiring of the scenery.

  • Looking to see beavers in their natural environment? Head to the Beaver Pond Trail in Algonquin Park. The trail is one of the most interesting trails to do at Algonquin Park, and features beautiful and natural displays of beaver-built dams, beaver ponds, and beaver-made habitats. The trail itself is relative short (approx. 1.2 km) and easy. The end part of the trail is a light uphill stroll. The Beaver Pond Trail also features a beautiful lookout point near the end of the trail. There are benches where you can sit down, relax, and soak in the beautiful view of the Beaver Pond Trail before exiting the loop. Head over to the Beaver Tail Food stand after your hike for some delicious, Canadian-made pastries.

  • Sadly didn't see any beavers but even so the trail is lovely. You get a brilliant view of the pond from one of the higher platforms and the dam is very impressive. Did see birds, squirrels and chipmunks along the way. The trail isn't all too long, yet wasn't busy when we visited. Well worth the hike!

  • I took my 3, 5, and 7yr old children on this hike and they loved it. What they found most interesting was being able to touch and see a working beaver dam plus see all the beaver lodges out in the beaver made lake. The trail is slightly challenging for small children but short enough to be well worth the trip.

  • Naturally, this trail looks at the role of beavers and their natural habitat within the park. The trail features multiple moments along the trail, from an example of a beaver's nest to the dams that have been constructed. Unfortunately, we are unable to spot any in the wild, but were nonetheless thrilled to have experienced this.

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