Parks and Forestry
Parks and Recreation provides residents and visitors with approximately 2,500 acres of green space within the City of Windsor's 209 parks featuring magnificent gardens, sculptures
, numerous monuments
and fountains, sport fields
, play units, and picnic
Parks & Recreation Master Plan Public Meetings
Windsor Residents are invited to share thoughts and information on the future of Parks in the city. A new Parks & Recreation Master Plan is being created, and input from Residents is vital to the plan’s success.
Next Master Plan Public Meetings are scheduled for:
June 13 & 14, 2015 in the Food Court of Devonshire Mall
You are still able to view information from past meetings and give your input online.
Parks & Play - Community Information Sessions
Our parks. Our playgrounds. Our city.
The Parks Department in the City of Windsor is designing and constructing new spaces for our children to exercise, play, and imagine. While continually working to redesign, upgrade and renew our parks as places for people to relax and refresh, Parks has implemented a number of new accessible playgrounds across the city since 2012. Find one near you using MappMyCity.
Aylmer Riverfront Park (Pirate Theme)
Captain Wilson Park (Firefighter Theme)
Ford Test Track Playground [wood chip surface] (Automotive Theme)
Kiwanis Park (Nautical Theme)
Little River Acres Park (Castle Theme)
MicMac Park Playground (Dinosaur Theme)
- Remington–Booster Park Playground (Spaceship Theme)
South Cameron Woodlot (Woodland Theme)
Wigle Park (Sports Theme)
Atkinson Park (not themed)
Caron Avenue Pumping Station (not themed) donated by NFL for Superbowl XL
Lanspeary Park (not themed)
Meadowbrook Park (not themed)
Superior Park (not themed)
For more information, please contact:
Parks and Recreation
2450 McDougall Street
Telephone: For general information, call 311. For detailed inquiries, call (519) 253-2300.
Fax: (519) 255-7990