Jackson Park

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  • Address: South of Tecumseh Road at Ouellette Avenue, Windsor, Ontario, Canada
  • Timings: 24-hrs Details
  • Time Required: 01:30 Hrs
  • Tags: Park, Entertainment, Family And Kids, Fountain

Spread across a relatively large area, Jackson Park is one of Windsor’s foremost tourist attractions. It has over 10,000 plants and trees. Within the park is the Queen Elizabeth II Sunken Garden which seasonally displays hundreds of tulips, perennials and lush annuals. The park also features some magnificent formal gardens and fountains. Within the park is a well equipped sports park. This includes the Windsor Lawn Bowling Club, Windsor Stadium, a basketball court, five ball diamonds and rugby and soccer fields. Amenities within the park include picnic benches and washrooms. Points of interest in the park are the Copernicus Sundial, South African War Memorial, Land, Sea and Air Memorial and the Robert Burns Memorial.

Jackson Park Travel Tips

  • Carrying picnic baskets with you is recommended.

How to Reach Jackson Park

  • Hiring a taxi or walking down to the park is recommended.

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  • Jackson Park Address: South of Tecumseh Road at Ouellette Avenue, Windsor, Ontario, Canada
  • Jackson Park Timing: 24-hrs
  • Best time to visit Jackson Park(preferred time): 07:00 am - 06:00 pm
  • Time required to visit Jackson Park: 01:30 Hrs
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  • 93.94% of people who visit Windsor include Jackson Park in their plan

  • 34.44% of people start their Jackson Park visit around 2 PM - 3 PM

  • People usually take around 1 Hr 30 Minutes to see Jackson Park

Monday, Friday and Saturday

94.65% of people prefer to travel by car while visiting Jackson Park

People normally club together Willistead Manor and Olde Walkerville Neighbourhood while planning their visit to Jackson Park.

* The facts given above are based on traveler data on TripHobo and might vary from the actual figures

Jackson Park Reviews & Ratings

  • This is one of the city of Windsor's most beautiful parks. Chances are very good it will be one of the first things a new visitor sees as they come over the bridge and into the downtown core of Windsor. Queen Elizabeth II viewed this park from her motorcade when she visited in 1984. It is currently under some transformation and I am sure it will continue to be a place of solitude and beauty for years to come. I encourage you to come and see for yourself.

  • One of the best parks in Windsor. It has memorials with flowers, trails and paths. If you continue South you will reach an overpass if you continue and take a right, you will get to the splash pad and park. There are public washrooms which are kept in good condition as well as a basket ball court. There are places to sit and eat, or just relax. During winter as it gets close to Christmas, the park turns into a glowing wonderland with lights everywhere, it is truly one of Windsor's few attractions. Overall this park is a great place to walk the dog, take your kids for a walk or just a place to relax and think. ✔️

  • Amazing park and gardens inside the city center. Great for wedding, prom, or family photos. Updated amenities have been recently introduced and it seems more are on the way. Wonderful place to enjoy a nice day with someone special.

  • The park has a nice, calming ambience at night. Very peaceful, and fun for catching Pokemon. ;) The current excavation on the eastern side takes away some of the charm at the moment, and there is still standing water on a few pathways from the last storm, but overall it remains a highlight of the city.

  • Restrooms available right by splash pad and playground. Lots of trees and picnic tables. Open grass areas to play sports. Trails around park close to playground for parents who want to walk or stroll a baby while older kids play. Plenty of close and free parking available. Really fun playground with lots of varied structures.

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