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Blacks Brook Park is a 3.3 mile moderately trafficked loop trail located near Centreville-Wareham-Trinity, Newfoundland and Labrador, Canada that features a lake and is good for all skill levels. The trail offers a number of activity options and is accessible year-round. Dogs are also able to use this trail.

Length 3.3 mi Elevation gain 590 ft Route type Loop
Dog friendly Kid friendly Fishing Hiking Nature trips Snowshoeing Walking Bird watching Running Beach Forest Lake River Views Waterfall Wild flowers Wildlife Bugs Muddy Snow
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This trail has everything. If you want an easy walk stick to the main trail. If you want something more challenging there are two side trails that lead to lookouts, one is much more challenging than the other. You’ll see a waterfall, beautiful flowers, lake vistas, relics of old buildings, interesting interpretation signs, stunning lookouts and maybe even some wildlife.

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Chris Ford
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Courtney Crystal
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Absolutely gorgeous trail with some diverse terrain, but we encountered 4 different ATVs on the trail.

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Michael Parkes
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This trail has everything. If you want an easy walk stick to the main trail. If you want something more challenging there are two side trails that lead to lookouts, one is much more challenging than the other. You’ll see a waterfall, beautiful flowers, lake vistas, relics of old buildings, interesting interpretation signs, stunning lookouts and probably even some wildlife. Only thing you probably won’t see on this trail is another human being.

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Michael Parkes
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This is a nice easy trail which has an option for an additional side trail to a look-out which overlooks Trinity Bay and the community of Trinity. Well maintained with many educational signs which showcase the areas rich logging history. There are also volley ball courts, picnic areas, playgrounds and a swimming area with change rooms at the trail head.

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Casey Goodyear
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Michael Parkes
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