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Devonwood Conservation Area

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Devonwood Conservation Area is a small, charming hidden gem, smack dab in the middle of the city of Windsor, Ontario. Get away from the city and surround yourself in 94 acres of forests composed of eight different species of oak trees. The forest is filled with birds (including woodpeckers and owls), little brown bats, and deer frolicking in and among the trees. There are also plenty of croaking frogs to provide you with a natural soundtrack during your visit. The conservation area is an ideal destination for cycling, hiking, birdwatching, and cross-country skiing in the winter. There are plenty of maps along the trail to keep you on track. And don’t forget your camera!

Current Weather

23° degrees celsius.
Rain starting in the afternoon.

Watersheds

Lake Erie

Treaties

Treaty 2, 1790

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Address

Division Rd. Windsor, ON

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