Ausable River Cut Conservation Area
What year was the Cut completed?
Lambton County Heritage Forest
What is the name of the trail that runs along the ridge?
Forested Dunes Nature Reserve
What is the name of the person on the plaque attached to the bench?
L Lake Management Area
What is the colour of the blazes on the side trail to L-Lake?
Ipperwash Dunes and Swales Nature Reserve
How many elevated boardwalks are on the white trail?
How many benches can be found at the falls?
What is the name of the paved trail?
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