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Ojibway Nature Centre, Windsor

4.7
Educational Site · Tourist Spot
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A total of 247 species have been recorded in the Ojibway Prairie Complex on the southwest corner of Windsor. Your destination for wildlife and nature, offering you over 15 km of woodland and prairie hiking trails and a state-of-the-art centre staffed with nature experts and filled with wildlife exhibits, hands-on programs and beautiful rooms to rent. A destination known around the world. Discover it now.

Free admission and parking
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  • My favourite place in the area. The spectacular trails are accessible to those with walkers and wheelchairs which is uncommon in a lot of other places. I love to go see the deer but do wish people... 
    My favourite place in the area. The spectacular trails are accessible to those with walkers and wheelchairs which is uncommon in a lot of other places. I love to go see the deer but do wish people...  more »
  • Due to Covid, the Nature Centre was not open on most recent visit, but pre-Covid it is modern, very clean, and very informative. The trails are easy to follow and birds and deer are people friendly. 
    Due to Covid, the Nature Centre was not open on most recent visit, but pre-Covid it is modern, very clean, and very informative. The trails are easy to follow and birds and deer are people friendly.  more »
  • My experience in the park was a good one - going for a short run - a 5k out-and-back on the east side of Matchette. The trails were about one person wide and quite rustic. If you've got really really....  more
    My experience in the park was a good one - going for a short run - a 5k out-and-back on the east side of Matchette. The trails were about one person wide and quite rustic. If you've got really really....  more »
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  • Always great place to walk. Loads of deer and wildlife.
  • Lovely wooded area to wander.
  • The beauty of nature when the sun is shining through the trees. Seeing birds so close they'll eat seeds from your hand. The deer wandering not afraid at all is just part of what Ojibway offers. Paths wide enough to socially distance and spots to stop if you want/need to. There are a variety of paths too from asphalt to short or long mulch lined paths. Take the time to enjoy the exercise and beauty.
  • A popular spot for a good walk in the woods to recharge. If you're lucky you will get to see some deer!
  • Quick and clean walk around in the nature. Kids, wheelchair accessible. The staff needs to do a better job at marking the trails. But the trails are so small no one can get lost. Worse case scenario you will end up in the parking lot and missed half your nature walk. Needs some TLC. But still well maintained. Great for family, wedding pictures.

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