Dieppe Gardens Park

Dieppe written in decorative greenery along a path at Dieppe Gardens Park

70 Riverside Drive West

Dieppe Gardens Park is named in memory of the many members of the Essex-Kent Scottish Regiment who lost their lives during the World War II landing at Dieppe, France in 1942. The park is heavily planted with brilliantly coloured annuals and perennials. It features many monuments, including monuments to the Canadian Army, Navy and Air Force.

For years, the property was used as a docking site by the Detroit-Windsor Ferry Company, and several cottages, retail stores, hotels and other businesses were established. In the late 1950s, these buildings were purchased and demolished by the City so that the site could be developed into a major riverfront park.


  • Waterfall and Fish Pond
  • Launch Site for Cruises
  • Peace Beacon


  • Benches
  • Concession
  • Monuments
  • Picnic Tables