Blind River’s Boom Camp Road reopens

A popular walking attraction in Blind River has now reopened to the public.

Blind River’s facility and community services director, Karen Bittner says the Boom Camp Road officially reopened this week after repairs were done to the main access road.

The trails had been closed for the repairs in March. 

Bittner says the recreational attraction opened in June 2004 and is usually open year-round highlighting the Coastal Woodland area with some 70 interpretive and directional signs along the 12 kilometers of trail relating local and cultural history of the area.

It is jointly managed by the town, Mississauga First Nation, and the Blind River Cross Country Ski Club. 

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