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All reviews bird feeders get away tallgrass prairie lots of wild life pin oak trees and plants family picnic free admission nice place to go all ages close to home beautiful park nice walk deer turtles wildlife forest
Ojibway Park is a very wonderful place in Windsor.
It's really nice to take a walk in this park.
You can definatley learn a lot about the local wilderness here.
Deers, birds and other species can be seen here. It's quite fascinating.
The centre is...More
I went to Ojibway for a hike and I enjoyed the trails and scenery along the way. I saw two deer and many birds and squirrels. It would be helpful if there was signage throughout the area to identify which trail you are on. I...More
The nature center was a small building with information on animals and a lot for kids to see. They do offer bathrooms and the place is nice and clean. The trails along the center were all closed due to flooding, which surprised us. There was...More
Great little nature preserve within the city limits. No place else like it in the area! Beautiful wildlife, scenery, birds, people, park like setting, great for picnics!
There is also a picnic shelter and a great little museum with lots of hands-on stuff to do...More
The centre itself was great, no complaints there. Enjoyed everything inside from the displays to the animals. The trails however needed some work. I do understand it’s a nature preserve but as a visitor checking it out with little kids tagging along wandering around without...More
This is such a nice place to go for a long walk and be in touch with nature again. It is also a treat to see young families enjoying the out of doors together. The birds that gather around the feeders are so wonderful to...More
A Great Way To Spend Your Day
If you want to enjoy nature, close to the city,Ojibway Park is where you want to go. It's a natural pin oak forest, savannah, and tall grass prairie , with lots of wild life.
There are Deer,coyotes,raccoons,rabbits,snakes,frogs,turtles and...More