In 2013 with the help of a grant from the BC Recreation Council and the Northern Development Initiative Trust a 0.9 kilometer trail was constructed between the rodeo grounds and the Interlakes community center.
This is a wheelchair accessible trail, and can be used year round for those who wish to walk, ski, snowshoe. If you bring your dog, please pick up after it.
The trail starts at the community center, runs along the Roe Lake slough, up a small incline and parallels the slough until it again turns right up to the rodeo grounds. There is a small secondary trail that provides viewing of a small natural dale. If you want to be closer to the slough, there is another short trail that takes you down to the water’s edge. There are several viewing sights complete with benches. For those who wish to spend some time viewing nature, there are picnic tables, waste receptacles and an outhouse.
At the main viewing site, there is an interpretive sign showing the birds and animals that are indigineous to the area.
As the seasons change so does the trail and the viewing opportunities.