There are many ways for residents and visitors to experience Leamington's natural environment.
The Municipality maintains over 30 hectares of parks and open natural spaces, including numerous trails and outdoor sport facilities located throughout Leamington.
The Marina/Waterfront Park and Seacliff Park are two of the biggest attractions located along the shores of Lake Erie and include many amenities for the whole family to enjoy.
Abandoned railways have been repurposed throughout the Municipality of Leamington into trails for the enjoyment of walkers, joggers, and cyclists. This is a great way to get out and enjoy the outdoors while getting exercise.
To view all of these trails please refer to the Parks Map.
Point Pelee National Park is located in the Municipality of Leamington in southwestern Ontario, Canada. Both the Municipality and the park are an important annual stopover point for migrating monarchs. Beginning in 2015, the Town of Leamington partnered with Point Pelee National Park to install monarch habitat in 18 plant beds, along 2 km of a popular existing trail. Officially named “The Leamington Monarch Trail,” it is a milkweed and nectar habitat installation which includes new trilingual interpretive signage to communicate the importance of monarch habitat to the conservation of the species.