The Wallace Bay National Wildlife Area Trail near Pugwash in the Northumberland Shore region is a 4 km loop trail along diked wetlands, in an important migration and breeding habitat for waterfowl. There are numerous bird watching opportunities along the way, including a view blind at 1150 meters. Wallace Bay National Wildlife Area is a shared use area. Hunting, fishing, and trapping (by humane methods) are permitted during the scheduled seasons. The area is a favourite area for waterfowl hunters during the fall. The wearing of blaze orange during hunting seasons is strongly advised.
Activities: Birding • Cross Country Skiing • Fishing • Hiking • Snowshoeing
Pets Policy: Leashed
Trail Surface: Natural
Trail Type: Day Use