Chebogue Meadows Wildlife Interpretive Trail
Take a Walk Through the Wild Side
The scenic Chebogue Meadows Wildlife Interpretive Trail winds its way through 12 separate habitats, including meadows, wetlands, and a black spruce swamp. Learn about these different habitats (and their wild inhabitants) from the interpretive panels along the way, and have a picnic at one of the rest areas.
Starting Point: Chebogue Meadows trail sign; parking
Distance: 4.5 kilometres
Time: 1 hour 20 minutes + 20 minutes side spur
Description: Linear, then loop; rough footpath, wet spots, boardwalks
Attractions: Regenerating forest, wetlands, river, 2 look-offs; interpretive panels (keep in mind the forest is changing!)
Route: Red markers on trees, keep L at the fork. About 45 mins. at T-junction, keep R. At 50 mins. side spur to look-off over the river, linear (10 mins.); finish the loop, the linear trail now has yellow markers. During hunting season (Sept. to March), it is recommended to wear hunter orange.