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Ojibway Nature Centre, Windsor

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#6 of 70 in Things to do in Windsor
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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  • I come here multiple times a year for a nice walk, and I always am pleased! The different habitats, like deciduous forest, and tall grass prairie make for a scenic hike, and the wildlife never seems.....  more
    I come here multiple times a year for a nice walk, and I always am pleased! The different habitats, like deciduous forest, and tall grass prairie make for a scenic hike, and the wildlife never seems.....  more »
  • 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 »
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  • One of Windsors best kept nature reserves. Great walking trails, trees, and natural ponds for family outings. Ideal for teaching children about nature and indigenous trees, flora, and critters. Smile at the squirrel and chipmunk antics and watch out for the deer at dusk. If you're quiet and respectful, you might see other creatures too!
  • They do not have the proper fall colours yet, but it's still a loving trail. They have so many routes and turns to choose from it's fun and the view it beautiful. I did not see any benches in between, so it's one only meant for walking.

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