Ojibway Park is the hub of activity at the Ojibway Prairie Complex. Most visitors initially visit here before exploring other regions of the Complex. Ojibway Park features an excellent Nature Centre and several well kept self-guiding nature trails on which visitors can discover and learn about the ecology of the pin oak forest, savannah, and tall grass prairie habitats. Ojibway Park is connected to the Windsor Trail.
Ojibway Nature Centre is an educational centre with displays open to the public Wednesday to Saturday, 12-5pm. The park is open from dawn to dusk and offers trails that are suited for walking, birding, photography, and leisure cycling. Ojibway Nature Centre is located within the Ojibway Prairie Complex featuring acres of pin oak forest, savannah and tall grass prairie habitats. The park is connected to the Windsor Trail. For more details visit the Ojibway Nature Centre and Park
The term Ojibway Prairie Complex was coined to refer to the related group of municipal and provincial parklands that serve to protect remnants of the original tallgrass prairie and oak savannah communities once occupied the south-western corner of present-day Windsor. The complex includes Ojibway Park, Black Oak Heritage Park, Tallgrass Prairie Heritage Park, Spring Garden Natural Area and the Ojibway Prairie Provincial Nature Reserve. Visit www.ojibway.ca
for more details.