Named for Jay and Minnie Leflay who once owned the land where the trail is located, and one of the trails of the Yellowhead Flyway Brding Trail Association, this excellent walking trail meanders through aspen groves and more open pieces of parkland/prairie. The present owners, the Klause family, have generously allowed public access to the land and the trail. Walkers will spot a variety of trees and shrubs, wildflowers, birds, and small animals. It is not unusual to startle, or be startled by, deer. The quiet walker may come upon rabbits or raccoons, beaver, muskrat , mink or porcupines. And , of course, small amphibians or reptiles can be spotted, and a variety of butterflies and other insects.
The beginning of the trail is in the Regional Park, near the Dr. J. R. (Jim) and Shirley Jowsey Wildflower Heritage and Conservation Area.