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Lakeside Trail

(Catherine Pendrel Trail)


Catherine Pendrel Trail


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Quick Facts

Difficulty moderate
Trail Type loop
Distance 900 metres
Estimated Time 30 mins
Surface Type gravel, grass
Elevation Change 22 metres
Features lake
Trail Markers none
Scenery Rating beautiful
Maintenance Rating well maintained
Cell Reception strong
Dog Friendly yes
Fees none


The trail starts by climbing across the field towards the shelter. Pass by the shelter on the left and you will see where the trail enters the woods. The trail travels through the woods along the top of the hill behind the shelter. Near the back corner of the field the trail has a few switch backs as it descends down the hill towards the lookout.

Lakeside Trail

The lookout overlooks the railroad tracks and the lake beyond the tracks. The trail then travels back through the woods at the bottom of the hill, not far from the tracks. Eventually the trail pops out into the field and you will be able to once again see the shelter on the hill. Follow the trail up through the field to the start of the loop, about half way between the parking lot and the shelter.


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From exit 258 on Route 2 drive to the Village of Harvey on route 3. Drive down the hill to the village center, and just past the railroad tracks, turn right into the parking lot. Drive back along the tracks until you see a parking lot on the left. From here you should be able to see the shelter with the red roof up on the hill. The trail enters the woods to the left of the shelter. The other end of the loop trail enters the woods down along the field to the right.

Parking lot for the Lakeside Trail

Trail Last Hiked: April 10, 2021.

Page Last Updated: November 27, 2021.