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Name of Trail: ​Riverfront
Length of Trail: ​5.17 km
Type of Trail: Bike lane, multi-use trail and signed route
Special Features: ​Scenic views of the Detroit River extending from Ambassador Park to Centennial Park into Dieppe Gardens, along Festival Plaza to the Bert Weeks Memorial Garden and Clifford and Joan Hatch Wildflower Garden. Odette Sculpture Park, an outdoor art gallery, is open year round, featuring large scale contemporary sculptures. Dieppe Gardens, a downtown park, honours veterans of foreign wars with distinctive monuments. Bert Weeks Memorial Garden features an elaborate fountain and reflecting pool (open seasonally) Clifford and Joan Hatch Wildflower Garden is a naturalized garden featuring local flowers.
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Name of Trail: ​Ganatchio
​Length of Trail: ​6.2 km
Type of Trail: ​Sandpoint Beach with picnic areas, a play unit and a seasonally guarded beach on the Detroit River. Located where the Detroit River meets Lake St.Clair, Lakeview Park Marina is the closest public marina to Windsor’s City Centre. In addition to 300 seasonal docks, the marina offers transient dockage for single boats or large clubs. Trail features exceptional views of the Detroit River
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​Name of Trail: ​Little River
​Length of Trail: ​7.5 km
Type of Trail: Bike lane, multi-use trail and signed route
Special Features: ​Little River Corridor, a naturalized 200-acre park, features a wildflower meadow, ponds and Carolinian trees such as Black Gum, Magnolia and Sassafras. Wildlife in the park includes turtles, birds and bats. Little River Corridor connects to the WFCU Centre, the home of the Windsor Spitfires, a community centre, senior centre and three community rinks.
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​Name of Trail: ​McHugh
​Length of Trail: ​9 km
Type of Trail: Bike lane, multi-use trail and signed route
Special Features: ​East Riverside Park, 57 acres, features Blue Heron Lake, a toboggan hill and picnic areas. Lakeshore Woods, 22 acres, is the home of Ultimate Frisbee and a basketball court.
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Name of Trail: ​West Windsor
Length of Trail: ​16.6 km
Type of Trail: Bike lane, multi-use trail and signed route
Special Features: ​Malden Park, a 162-acre park, with two prominent hills offering tremendous views of the City of Windsor and the City of Detroit. This park has a 25-acre Carolinian forest, three ponds, trails and Malden Park Visitor Centre. Ojibway Prairie Complex protects the remnants of the tallgrass prairie and oak savannah including Ojibway Park, Black Oak Heritage Park, Tallgrass Prairie Heritage Park, Spring Garden Area of Natural and Scientific Interest (ANSI) and the Ojibway Prairie Provincial Nature Reserve. Mic Mac Park, a 97-acre sports park, offers quality baseball fields, soccer fields, outdoor pool, spray pad, picnic areas and play units.
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​Name of Trail: ​South Windsor
Length of Trail: ​17.9 km
Type of Trail: Bike lane, multi-use trail and signed route
Special Features: ​Spring Garden Area of Natural and Scientific Interest (ANSI), a 137-acre naturalized park, features dry prairie, buttonbush swamp and wetland. The park is home to Mississauga rattlesnakes and many different butterflies.
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Name of Trail: ​Central Windsor
Length of Trail: ​11.3 km
Type of Trail: Bike lane, multi-use trail and signed route
Special Features: ​Optimist Memorial Park features a naturalized oak forest, a dog park, sport fields, and Optimist Community Centre. Remington Booster Pool is an outdoor pool open seasonally with a slide, a tot pool, a lap pool and a spray features. Remington Public Library is located adjacent to the pool.
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Name of Trail: ​Devonwood
Length of Trail: ​13.4 km
Type of Trail: Bike lane, multi-use trail and signed route
Special Features: ​Devonwood Conservation Area managed by Essex Region Conservation Authority is a naturalized park with walking trails. Walker Homesite Park is a 10-acre neighbourhood park with baseball fields and a play unit.
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Name of Trail: ​Southwood Lakes
Length of Trail: ​12.5 km
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Special Features: Picturesque residential neighbourhoods with small parks featuring ponds. Roseland Golf and Curling Club features an 18-hole Donald Ross designed championship golf course, with a challenging 9-hole Par 3, and a 6-sheet curling rink.
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