Photo Gallery: Willingdon Beach Trail in Powell River Posted on September 25, 2016January 2, 2020 Follow us on Facebook! Here are some additional photos of the Willingdon Beach Trail in Powell River. Willingdon Beach Park. The trail starts off to the right at the end of the park. The Willingdon Beach Trail features many interesting arboreal features such as this fallen tree that found new life. An old boomboat that served at Weyerhaeuser’s Stillwater Sort. A logging arch. This was pulled by bulldozer and reduced the damage done by skidding logs. A road grader used at Haslam Lake in the 1920s. A Caterpillar bulldozer built in 1941. Stiff arm swing boom dragline. A pole wheel truck. This was like a railway car but rode on log poles instead of steel tracks. A steam donkey lowered the truck by winch to unload logs into the lake. The steam donkey. Tree growing out of another fallen tree. This squirrel is just one of many wild animals living in the area. We also spotted a large bear scat on the trail. I took a picture of it, but you don’t really want to see that, do you? Follow us on Facebook!