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Devonwood Conservation Area, Windsor

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#5 of 10 in Outdoors in Windsor
Hiking Trail · Hidden Gem · Wildlife Area
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It’s hard to believe this unique woodland is located in an urban centre! Enter this natural area and feel the stresses of life melting away. Located in the City of Windsor, Devonwood features more than 4.5 kilometres of trails promote healthy and active living for people of all ages. Perhaps no other woodland in Canada supports a greater diversity of oak trees: eight species of oak are found in this urban forest! You may also see Eastern Screech Owls, Long Eared Owls, White-tailed Deer and Little Brown Bats.

Hours of Operation: Daily from dawn to dusk

Fees: Free admission and parking

Nearby birding sites: Ojibway Prairie Complex,McAuliffe Woods Conservation Area
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  • Went here for a casual outdoors stroll, and was shocked to see one of the rarest birds in Essex County. As I walked along the well-maintained trail, I heard a loud pecking sound echo through the... 
    Went here for a casual outdoors stroll, and was shocked to see one of the rarest birds in Essex County. As I walked along the well-maintained trail, I heard a loud pecking sound echo through the...  more »
  • My husband and I took a Sunday afternoon stroll last Fallw with our 2 grandsons through the Devonwood Conservation area. The boys enjoyed it thoroughly and wished there was more to walk through... 
    My husband and I took a Sunday afternoon stroll last Fallw with our 2 grandsons through the Devonwood Conservation area. The boys enjoyed it thoroughly and wished there was more to walk through...  more »
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  • Really nice spot near the center of town. The surrounding area was flooded, but the trails were all elevated so it was possible to have a nice walk without getting wet. There are helpful trail markers at all the inertsections so you don't get lost.
  • We walk our dog here all the time, we've never had an issue with anyone in the Conservation Area. The walking trail is usually dry even when the water level is high or there's been a lot of rain, and the trails themselves are well groomed. If you are quiet while you walk you might see deer in the distance, there's lots of wildlife in the Conservation Area.

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