Pendragon Trail SignNeed some exercise? Try walking the Pendragon Trail. The Pendragon Trail is located opposite Tree View Lane and Sunset Drive. The trail extends along the water’s edge out onto Evans’ Point, and takes approximately 50 minutes to walk. Near one end of the trail there is a gazebo built over the water with a walkway extending from its edge in to the shore. In this gazebo you will find a pair of mounted binoculars which can be used to observe the various species of birds that have made Northern Arm their home. Some of these species include: Canadian Geese, Ospreys (fish hawk), Bald Eagles, Snipes, Northern Ravens, Warblers, Spotted Sandpipers, Ring Billed Gulls, and many more. Also, the trail has its own parking area at the beginning of the trail. The parking lot is opposite the trail, next to Tree View Lane. (Note: This trail is intended for walking ONLY. ATVs, ski-doos, and other recreational vehicles ARE NOT permitted on this trail.

Looking for a place to bring the children? Bring them to the Northern Arm playground. Our playground facility holds a variety of activities for children and adults. Here we have a swing set, monkey bars, a slide, a small basket ball court and see-saws. Also, our playground lies on a large field of grass. This creates an ideal place for a small game of football or soccer. Placed throughout the playground are picnic tables, making it a great place to have a lunch.

Northern Arm Park