Nature Trails near Leamington, Ontario

Welcome to the Municipality of Leamington.  Our community of nearly 30,000 people is a culturally rich mosaic, cherishing its ethic and rural roots. Located along the north shore of Lake Erie in sunny southern Ontario, the community offers an excellent school system, a community hospital, first-class recreational facilities, police and fire services, affordable housing and attractive neighbourhoods, making Leamington an attractive choice for family living, business investment or retirement.

Located on the 42nd parallel, Leamington shares the same latitude as northern California. Our winters are probably the mildest in the county and our summers are long and lingering. Lakeside breezes moderate our weather year round. Magnificent parks such as Point Pelee National Park with its unique species, kilometers of waterfront parkland and walking trails, conservation areas, marina and recreation complex appeal to the outdoor enthusiast and those looking for a healthy lifestyle.

Home to some of the most fertile soils on the continent, Leamington has one of the longest growing seasons in the county. Everything from apples to zucchini can be found at the many fruit and vegetable stands that dot the roadsides. In fact, it’s been said that if it doesn’t grow in Leamington it can’t be grown in Canada!

Leamington is also home to the largest concentration of Greenhouses in North America. This multi-million dollar industry focuses mainly on growing tomatoes, peppers, cucumbers and flowers. We also have a thriving commercial and manufacturing sector with land available for future growth and development.

Leamington enjoys the “Best of Both Seasons”, long warm summers, dazzling winters and everything wonderful in between. With all the recreation options, clubs, organizations, housing choices, retail and professional services, community supports and so many other fabulous features, Leamington is a dream community.

Come and Capture the Warmth of Leamington.

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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...


With 5 kilometres of trails around this precious marshland habitat, Hillman Marsh draws wildlife and people from both near and far. Adjacent to Lake Erie, the walking trails, nature centre, washrooms and viewing towers at Hillman Marsh can be accessed from the main...


Take a hike along one of the most beautiful forest boardwalk trails in the region. While exploring this 19 hectare Carolinian woodland, you’ll see Tulip-tree, Sassafras, Black Gum, Sycamore and Flowering Dogwood trees, as well as wildflowers such as Trillium,...


Marsh Boardwalk – 1 km (loop), 45 minutes Boardwalk with observation tower and telescopes. Walk along the floating boardwalk and view the most diverse habitat in the park, where cattails, red-winged blackbirds and painted turtles are abundant. Centennial Bike &...


Two Creeks Conservation Area is a 33 hectare park. The Lower Thames Valley Conservation Authority acquired this property in 1974. Two Creeks Conservation Area is located in a wooded creek system, near a major migratory route. Trail maps are located by the large...


Two hiking trails are located in the park. One along the landlocked creek system and the other winds through a mature Carolinian forest of oak, hickory, Tulip, Sassafras, chestnut and Black Gum trees. Link to park overview and trails map:...