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)

Point Pelee National Park

Situated at the southern extreme of mainland Canada, Point Pelee National Park is a tiny sanctuary supporting a mosaic of habitats from jungle-like forest to lush wetlands to open savannah.

Riverfront Trail

From the base of the Ambassador Bridge, this trail extends east for 5 km along the riverfront parkland to Hiram Walker. There are two paths: one for cyclists/roller bladers and a riverfront promenade for strollers…

Ruscom Shores Conservation Area

Situated alongside Lake St. Clair, Ruscom Shores Conservation Area is an attractive natural marshland area with a well-managed trail ideal for some outdoor enjoyment and tranquility.

Seacliff Park

Seacliff Park The premier park in the Municipality of Leamington and home to the famous Tomato Splash Pad. Located on the shores of Lake Erie, Seacliff Park boasts over eight hectares of trees, open green space and a lengthy sandy shoreline…

St. Clair National Wildlife Area

Situated along the southeast shore of Lake St. Clair, St. Clair National Wildlife area is located in one of the most important staging areas for waterfoul in Ontario.

Tremblay Beach Conservation Area

Tremblay Beach Conservation Area is situated on the shore of beautiful Lake St. Clair with a sandy beach, and is bordered on the east side by Little Creek.

Waterfront Trail

If you’re feeling ambitious, get it in gear and ride our 412 km portion of the Waterfront Trail that starts right here in Lakeshore, Ontario and stretches all the way to Quebec. This exciting trail is a signed route using existing roads (primarily paved with some short gravel sections) and highlights our region’s stunning waterfront and smooth, flat roads.

Wheatley Provincial Park

Wheatley Provincial Park is a 241 hectare (596 area) protected area surrounding East Two Creeks, along the north shore of Lake Erie just outside the small community of Wheatley that is itself part of the larger municipality of Chatham-Kent…

Windsor Sculpture Park

The Windsor Sculpture Garden is a one kilometer stretch of unique outdoor sculptures along the Detroit River from the Ambassador Bridge on the west…


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