Nature Trails near Kingsville, Ontario

Welcome to Kingsville!

Kingsville is located along the north shore of Lake Erie. It is a community in the region of Essex County. Kingsville has a unique location as the most southern town in Canada. In 1999 there was a restructuring of the town, whereby the Town of Gosfield North and South merged. Kingsville now has a population of 22,358 (2016 census). It occupies approximately 247 square kilometres.

Kingsville is great for adventure and recreation. Our bird watching opportunities include the Jack Miner Bird Sanctuary. Our trails include the Chrysler Canada Greenway. Kingsville has three golf courses and a curling rink. Our recreation complex offers many sports, including Pickleball. Our marine facilities are the Cedar Island Marina and Yacht Club. Kingsville has more than 45 hectares of parkland. They feature beaches, playgrounds, and areas for sports.

Kingsville has many attractions. They include cultural, garden, and shopping centres. We have six annual festivals. They include the Migration Festival, Fantasy of Lights Festival, Cottam Horse Show and Fall Festival, Ruthven Apple Festival, and Kingsville Folk Music Festival.

Kingsville offers an excellent quality of life and small city feel. A small town feel has been identified as one of our town's strengths. Big city amenities and a booming metropolitan are close by. The American City of Detroit and the City of Windsor are located 30 km from Kingsville. World-renowned sports, entertainment, and shopping are easily accessible.
Kingsville is located in the far south of Canada. Our region enjoys the warmest climate of any city in Ontario. Our region is located at the same latitude as northern California. We enjoy seven months of short-sleeve weather. The average temperature reaches above 10oC 223 days of the year. Our winter temperatures are mild.

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Andrew Murray O’Neil Memorial Woods is a mixed Carolinian forest containing Oaks Hickories, Basswood, Pine, Elm and Black Walnut trees to name a few.  This Conservation Area is a walking trail that combines a former section of rail way and an adjacent forest that...


The Chrysler Canada Greenway nearly 50 kilometre multi use trail that is the southern-most section of the Trans Canada Trail. It connects natural areas, rich agricultural lands, historically and architecturally significant structures, award winning wineries and many...