This trail at Mikisew Provincial Park passes through a forest dominated by maple of varying species, as indicated by the trail’s name. This trail is highlighted by the rock outcrops and changing forest found throughout. There are two trailside rocky outcrops with excellent examples of quartz intrusion and rock tripe. By examining these amazing rocks, visitors can discovery Mikisew’s geological past.
Trailhead UTM 615407 mE x 5075270 mN
Ownership Ministry of Natural Resources – Ontario Parks
Management Mikisew Provincial Park
Length 2.3 km
Amenities Parking, Picnic Area, Washrooms
Fees Park-entry Fee
Rules for Use
- motorized travel and bicycles are prohibited
- appropriate footwear is a necessity
- pets must be leashed at all times
- park entry permit is required for trail use
From the HWY 11/17 junction near Seymour Street, head southeast on HWY 11 for about 57 km (35.4 mi). Turn right at Marie Street and right at Eagle Lake Road. Continue on Eagle Lake Road for 13 km (8.1 mi), and turn left at Park Road South. Take a left 1.5 km (0.93 mi) later towards the Provincial Park.