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Frog Pond Trail

About This Experience

"The frog pond loop is an easy 1.4km around a large pond, with trail connections to the Dingle Tower & Northwest Arm.

There are numerous benches to sit on, as well as peaceful nooks by the pond. Various trail maps and markers guide your way whether you are doing a loop or carrying on towards the Northwest Arm.

The frog pond is a haven for ducks, frogs, turtles and waterfowl alike, making it a great place for bird-watching. The viewing area off of Purcell’s Cove Road makes a good spot to stop. This area can also be used to go paddling in summer, or to strap on your skates in winter."

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    What to bring
  • Walking Shoes
  • Water
  • Cell Phone
    What is provided
  • Parking Lot
  • Benches
  • Picnic Tables
  • Boardwalk
Things You
Should Know
  • Length of Trail
    1.4 kilometers

  • Time to Complete
    30 minutes

  • Trailhead Location
    2.2 km after the intersections of Herring Cove Road and Purcell's Cove Road

  • Linear / Loop Trail

  • Surface
    crusher dust

  • Other trails adjacent
    Connects to Sir Sandford Fleming park trails via Dingle Road
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