Discover a landscape filled with natural wonders.

With literally thousands of acres of green space and over 200 parks woven into our communities and neighbourhoods, there are at least that many reasons to get outside. Walk, run, blade or bike the riverfront paths. Traverse the urban, suburban or naturalized parkland of the Ganatchio Trail, Malden Park, Windsor’s Riverfront and Chrysler Canada Greenway. Stand on the southernmost point of mainland Canada at Point Pelee National Park*
*FREE admission with the Parks Canada Discovery Pass, available in 2017 to celebrate Canada’s 150th birthday at various locations (including Tourism Information Centres throughout Windsor and Essex County)

Lighthouse Point Provincial Nature Reserve

Lighthouse Point Provincial Nature Reserve Named for the lighthouse originally built in 1833 that stands at the tip of the spit, Lighthouse Point boasts a number of nature trails ideal for wildlife viewing and photography. The lighthouse itself is the…

Little River Corridor

A naturalized path linking the Ganatchio Trail to Tecumseh Road. Little River Corridor provides a strategic link between Forest Glade and Riverside Drive. It offers residents a picturesque walking route between two growing communities…

Maidstone Conservation Area

This 20 hectare site is perfect for an afternoon trip to the country. The area includes a winding 1.5 kilometre trail through an oak-hickory woodland. Part of the trail passes along the upper meandering reaches of the Puce River. Pack a picnic…

Malden Park

This 175-acre park features the highest hill in Essex County. Naturalized biking and cycling trails wind up and down the hills and through paved and wood chipped trails. The Malden Park Visitor Centre offers an ideal location for private…

McAuliffe Woods Conservation Area

A perfect surprise! Located in the Town of Tecumseh, the 1 kilometre trail through wooded area and thicket is not only pleasant, but offers a short enough walk for even the youngest naturalist.

Mic Mac Park

Mic Mac Park Although immaculately groomed, Mic Mac Park is perhaps best known today as the home of both the Windsor Athletic Association and the Windsor Chiefs Baseball Club. It boasts facilities for almost every imaginable leisure activity. Four tennis…

Ojibway Prairie Complex

Ojibway Prairie Complex A total of 247 species have been recorded in the Ojibway Prairie Complex on the southwest corner of Windsor.

Peace Fountain & Coventry Gardens

A showplace and tourist attraction on the banks of the Detroit River, Coventry Garden was designed for relaxation and recreation and as a place of civic pride. It features the Peace Fountain, the only international floating fountain in the world, which can propel water 70 feet in the air and displays a light show at night.

Peche Island

Peche Island Peche Island, a 100-acre island was purchased by Hiram Walker in 1883. Walker used the island for a summer place, and his buildings included a stable, large home, greenhouse, and icehouse. The property was sold in 1907. The…

Petite Cote Conservation Area

The environmentally friendly boardwalk trail measures about 300 metres and is constructed from recycled plastics. There is a viewing tower located at the end of the trail.


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