Preeceville's Nature/Bird Trails offer picturesque scenery and outstanding birdwatching opportunities as the trail lies between the Boreal and Parkland forests' borders. This self-guided walking trail begins E of the Annie Laurie Lake Beach and travels along the lakeshore, providing visitors with plenty of opportunities to see unique flora, fauna, bird and wildlife species.During your trip, you will likely encounter a beaver lodge and more than 260 bird species, including loons, ospreys, killdeer, black backed woodpeckers and ruddy ducks. The trails are also marked and feature several interpretative signs.After walking the trails, you may wish to head over to the Annie Laurie Lake Beach where you can enjoy a canoe, kayak or boat trip, as well as swimming, fishing or camping. Barbecue pits and washrooms are also available.
Open Year Round
- Length : Unknown
- Difficulty : Beginner
- Surface : Natural terrain
- Environment : Mid-Boreal Uplands/Aspen Parkland Ecoregions - parkland and boreal forest; fungi, mosses and grasses; lake views