The BirdWatcher's Trail (5.8 km.) starts out the same way as the Marsh Trail but you turn right at the treeline and follow the path to connect to a dyke farther south which will take you to the road. Or you can continue straight ahead, without turning onto the dyke, on The Whitetail Deer Trail (an additional 6.65 km.). Once either trail reaches the road, turn right and walk back along the road to the intersection with the Corn Creek Channel trail and the Lone Pine hill trail. You can continue back via the road, or continue on one of the other trails. Since this trail is a little longer, you should plan for about 2 1/2 hours of walking and watching. This particular trail offers the opportunity to see some of the mammals that inhabit the Creston Valley as well as numerous waterfowl, shorebirds, raptors and perching birds.
The Campground Trail (3.8
km.) starts at the footbridge at the northeast corner of the Centre and
continues north until you reach the campground at Summit Creek Park. The
trail bisects a common elk bedding ground, so you may spot some of these
lage ungulates. Be wary if it is rutting season - those horns aren't just
for show! From the campground, you can continue along the historic Dewdney
trail, a remnant of the trail system built by the gold miners at the turn
of the century.