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Great place to bring overseas visitors.

Lovely facility with friendly and helpful staff. Took my visitors for a walk on one of the shorter... read more

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Interesting Nature Reserve

A nature reserve with an educational centre, circuit of trails through forest, ponds, savannah... read more

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All reviews get away tallgrass prairie lots of wild life pin oak trees and plants family picnic nice place to go all ages close to home beautiful park nice walk deer turtles wildlife forest paths feeders
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Reviewed October 1, 2017 via mobile

Options of paved an mulch cover paths. Lots of little birds and squirrels, if your lucky you may see some of the local deer. They are fairly tame so you can get a good look if they are close to the paths. There is a building near the parking lot with access to washrooms should you need them. Can be busy on nice days.

Date of experience: October 2017
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Reviewed September 26, 2017

Found the nature center by accident on my way to Fort Malden and stopped to visit the nature center and walk some of the paths. The center has free parking and free admission and the staff people were helpful and friendly. The park is bigger than it looks, spread out over five units. I would bet that most people don't venture much farther than the loops around the nature center. An all surface walking/jogging/biking trail strarts directly across the road and runs through a couple of the other units. I had to visit the Tallgrass Prairie. The trails around the center and the bike trail are fine for strollers and wheelchairs. The Ojibway Prairie, however, was overgrown and difficult for even one person to shove through unless they have mown the paths since my visit. On all the trails, once you are out of sightof the road it is hard to believe you are just a few minutes out of downtown Windsor. I did not have time to go to the Spring Road or Black Oak units. Maybe next time. For those of you travelling with pets, Black Oak has a new dog park that you can check out for yourselves.

Date of experience: August 2017
Thank Paul S
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Reviewed September 6, 2017

Very nice place to walk and be close to nature. This time of year be very cautious of tics..they are bad everywhere, not just here.

Date of experience: July 2017
Thank Donna G
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Reviewed July 10, 2017

This is a beautiful, quiet strolling trails filled with trees and plants, lots of birds and small wildlife if you are lucky to catch a glimpse. It can provide a meditative afternoon appreciating our lives, our country and our locale. It is a free outing and family friendly. All ages can attend and appreciate our good fortune.

Date of experience: May 2017
Thank Patricia L
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Reviewed June 12, 2017

Ojibway has some great nature trails. My 8 year old nephew loves going into the bush to climb trees and scope out the deer. The trails are not very long (which is good for him at his age) but offer some time outdoors and a chance to be up close with nature. On our last visit we went into the nature centre to check it out. They have a cool wall at one end of the building where bird feeders are set up just outside the windows. You can sit in the comfortable chairs and watch the many species of birds. There are also many hands on sensory displays throughout the centre as well as some live snakes, fish and turtles. A great place to take kids to learn about all things nature - and it is free!

Date of experience: May 2017
Thank smnantais
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