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  Tourist Destinations
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 Fort Malden

This national Canadian historical site is located in Amherstburg. Their website informs users about upcoming events and provides an online guided tour of Fort Malden. The site also includes links to the Parks Canada Agency, National Parks of Canada, Historic Sites of Canada and National Marine Conservation Areas of Canada.

 Hillman Marsh Conservation Area

This Conservation Area is located in the heart of one of the region's most significant wetlands. The area also offers one full kilometre of the best and lesser-known beaches in Essex County. This site provides information about the area and includes a map with directions.

 J. R. Park Homestead

A visit to the John R. Park Homestead and Conservation Area will take you back in time to the 1850s. The house and farm buildings of John and Amelia Park have been restored to bring the nineteenth century to life. Their website provides a virtual tour of the area and a map with directions.

 Jack Miner Bird Sanctuary

Dubbed the 'Father of Conservation' in 1900 for establishing this sanctuary, Jack Miner's legacy continues into the new millenium. The site includes links to a history, wildlife, tributes, plaques and medals, poems and books, and funding. The sanctuary is open to the public.

 Ojibway Park

Ojibway Park is Windsor's most popular nature reserve. Their website provides information about the park's nature centre, history, wildlife, birds, plant life, events, and school & group programmes. Also provided, are links to local nature clubs.

 Point Pelee National Park Of Canada

Just over 50 km south-east of Windsor, Ontario, lies Point Pelee National Park of Canada, the most southern point on the Canadian mainland. This tiny green oasis is internationally known for its spring and fall migration of birds and its stunning autumn monarch butterfly migration. This website provides contact information, a brief description, and many useful environmental links.

 Willistead Manor

Willistead Manor is a 36-room mansion nestled within a 15-acre park. This site provides information about the manor, its gardens, a photo gallery, and their catering and event services.