Explore the lakeshore of Lake Kimiwan and all of its many species of wildlife along the paved walking trails established by the McLennan Recreation and Leisure Society. Discover the new covered bridge as well as the many ponds and trees along the trail that the wild waterfowl enjoy throughout the season. Run, walk or bike these trails, it’s a great way to get out with family, friends and pets to enjoy the natural beauty of the area. Memorial benches can be found along the trail to take a break and let nature rejuvenate and inspire you. The trails have been built wide and smooth enough to encourage everyone from tiny walkers to those requiring the assistance of a wheelchair to participate in some great outdoor activity.
Explore the lakeshore of Lake Kimiwan in all of its winter glory! This area offers a great space for snowshoers or winter hikers to enjoy a beautiful winter day in the Smoky River region.Part of the lake near the trail, just beside the covered bridge, is used as a skating pond, which will keep outdoor enthusiasts busy for hours, experiencing the delight of a glide in the great outdoors.
Get There: McLennan is approximately 77 km south of Peace River. Lake Shore Walking Trails are located on the north side of McLennan along Kimiwan Lake.