Walking down Stubbs Falls Trail is both scenic and a peaceful two km hike. As you near the falls you can hear the rushing water cascading over billion year old rocks flowing down into the Little East River. The trail loops around the river from the East River Campgrounds then crossing over the falls and heading back towards the main road by Lake Arrowhead. This trail is classified as easy and can be enjoyed by all age groups. The west side of the trail is just a little more rugged than the east side of the trail. In the spring time the water levels are high and the falls are more spectacular. Relax by the falls and listen for all the songbirds in the background or enjoy the flora here especially the Trilliums that are in full bloom by the falls in May. Please remember that swimming in the falls is not recommended at all and there are signs here reminding campers of this.
Enjoying the sounds of nature at Arrowhead and bird watching is very relaxing. Wild life abounds here with all sorts of creatures big and small. From chipmunks to bears can be seen wandering around along with many species of birds including the White Throated Sparrow. Even though this video was taken in Algonquin these small but vocal birds sing along all day and especially in the springtime when they are migrating back up north from their wintering nesting grounds down south. This song bird will catch your ear as it sings O Canada