Ojibway Park is the hub of activity at the Ojibway Prairie Complex. Most visitors initially visit here before exploring other regions of the Complex. Ojibway Park features an excellent Nature Centre and several well kept self-guiding nature trails on which visitors can discover and learn about the ecology of the pin oak forest, savannah, and tall grass prairie habitats. Ojibway Park is connected to the Windsor Trail.

Ojibway Nature Centre is an educational centre with displays open to the public seven days a week. A wide variety of seasonal programs are offered at the centre, including birding, wildlife, wildflower and photography courses. Tours with a naturalist are available, but reservations are required.

The term Ojibway Prairie Complex was coined to refer to the related group of municipal and provincial parklands that serve to protect remnants of the original tallgrass prairie and oak savannah communities once occupied the south-western corner of present-day Windsor. The complex includes Ojibway Park, Black Oak Heritage Park, Tallgrass Prairie Heritage Park, Spring Garden Natural Area and the Ojibway Prairie Provincial Nature Reserve. Visit www.ojibway.ca for more details.

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OJIBWAY PARK characteristics

Length: unknown
Difficulty: Easy (Trail classifications)
Trail surface: Compacted soil/hard packed and Natural
Trail use: Hiking and Cycling
Accessibility Notes: Accessibility not known.
Fees: None reported

Flora & Fauna:

Not yet reported.

Amenities: None reported.

Attractions: Interpretive Signage, Prairie

Parks and Recreation 2450 McDougall Street Windsor, Ontario Canada  N8X 3N6 Telephone: (519) 253-2300

Find it: Between Highway 18 and Matchette Rd, south of Broadway, Windsor, ON

GPS Coordinates (main trailhead):
Latitude: 42.2659400
Longitude: -83.0779700