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Ojibway Nature Centre, Windsor

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  • 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 so...  more »
  • This has indoor activities in a covered public facility Parking is also free. If the lot is full as it often is in the spring drive down the road north a little there is another lot. Out doors a trail...  more »
  • Nice Nature center, free admission, limited exhibits, but nice walking trails, some paved. Saw squirrels, deer and lots of birds, not far from downtown  more »
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  • Love the facility. Had my daughter's first birthday party there. Great programs; helpful, friendly and highly knowledgeable staff such as Tom Preney that identifies many creatures to the delight of my 5 year old son. Just this week in Florida, we had to stop to take a picture of some fungus for "Mr. Tom" to see. I highly recommend this seemingly free hidden gem in Windsor. Take a hike on the trails, buy or bring a little bit of bird seed and have birds come feed from your had during the winter. Plus, if you have your own bird feeders, you can buy bird seed here.
  • I love this park. It's silent and peaceful place to come and mediate. The centre has alot of informative information and also you can get some coffee and watch some birds if you want.
  • Great in many ways. One way in which it is very unique (among many other ways) is that it provides a great INDOORS view of bird feeders. There aren't many public places where you can watch birds in the rain without getting wet.
  • The Park has a magical way of making you feel 100 miles away from the city of Windsor/Essex area, and your one with nature. On any given day, like today, cold and a bit of snow, you will see all kind of different birds. And, you can even have them eat right out of your hand. For a nice brisk walk and getting fresh air this is the place to be.
  • Great title park to escape into nature just outside of Windsor. Very flat and non-challenging trails. Great spot to take kids or a date on a picnic.