This is an extensive natural area where the forest includes stands of sugar maple, pine, spruce, and cedar. Wetland communities add to the diversity, and Black Lake offers fishing for bass. Gravel-based loop trails with some moderately steep hills. Trail runs along the north edge of the property, with cycling and hiking trails in the interior.
Upland hardwood forest and conifer plantations cover rugged terrain and provides many scenic views of the surrounding landscape. Wide trails on rolling terrain with some sandy areas. Due to recent ATV activity these trails have become somewhat eroded and much underlying coarse rock has been turned up resulting in difficult sections.
This busy trail system caters to a variety of users including hikers and equestrians. Moderately technical singletrack through rolling mixed forest with some sandy areas and some good technical descents.
Looping trails featuring both single track and wide track trails. The trail tread is mainly sand and grass with some rocky sections and drains very quickly. The trails traverse moderate to steep rolling hills among hardwood and pine plantation forests and are ideal for an afternoon of riding.
This ourt displays the contrast between the west and east shores of Owen Sound, since many of the roads are not paved and because of the Land Force Training Centre you cannot travel around the full peninsula.