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South Walkerville, Ontario

There are also many family experiences in the city for new families. Just a short drive out of Walkerville is the Ford Test Track, used by the city for sporting events for children of all ages, bringing a sense of fresh air and community involvement. Downtown there is the Adventure Bay Family Water Park, with huge pools, slides and splash pads the Adventure bay is a great place to cool off in the summer heat as well just a bit east in the city there are beaches for family fun.

Windsor(Walkerville) Ontario has a population of just over 217,000 people with an average income of $50,000 per year and an average home cost of $260,000 in a lush market and just a stone throws away from Detroit, with such a diverse boarder city with great niche markets in all sectors of the work force, Windsor (Walkerville) is a great place to call home. The city of roses has many things to offer for newcomers who are looking to find a beautiful with great opportunities. With many great neighbourhoods to choose from, Walkerville and its roots bring a sense of comfort from the old city.

Walkerville is known these days for its lush green parks, its beautiful homes and neighbourhoods nestled into communities lush in diversity. Walkerville, or Old Walkerville as it is commonly called has great schools in its midst, great for bringing creative minds to the forefront. Walkerville High School, renowned for its arts programs in theater, dance, music and art allow children to help put their stamp on an ever-evolving culture and history of Walkerville

During the winter months in the downtown core the city is dressed up in lights, and with the added effect of the snow-capped lights and street’s it brings a truly picturesque moment for all to enjoy. When the temperatures are right, they set up an outdoor ice rink, for all ages to get some exercise and enjoy the fresh winter air and with hot coco from Tim Hortons just around the corner, it makes a great night to remember.

Some great sights to see on summer days are Great Western Park, Bert Weeks Memorial Gardens, with Joan and Cliff Hatch Wildflower Garden all being on the Riverfront trail. A staple of tourists, families and young adults looking to get fresh air and see some the of the sites, and being on the river, facing the boarder, Windsorites are treated with the Freedom festival on the water and a spectacular display of fireworks that bring everyone from the city to watch.

Walkerville Ontario is the historical center and heart of Windsor Ontario. Walkerville originally named Walker’ Town, was incorporated in 1890 by Hiram Walker the famed owner and producer of Canadian Club Whiskey. The town was formed around his business incorporating a distillery, growing grain, milling flower and other major industries came into Walkerville making the town grow and its boarders move further and further out.

Jackson Park sits right next door, a great place to walk your dogs, with many great sights including Heritage Planes restored for your viewing pleasure to see the captured moments from Canada’s Past, also a great place to take the family for picnics and fresh air. The sunken Gardens located in Jackson Park is one of the most picturesque locations in the city, bring senior high school students for pictures during Prom season.
Just next-door Walkerville still holds to its roots which can be seen every day walking up Wyandotte Street. Shops, Pubs, Gas Stations and Restaurants sit nestled into a busy and tight nit community which helps small businesses flourish and diversify in the growing culture which is Walkerville (Windsor). With the flourishing businesses of Walkerville Brewery, The Kildare House, Victoria Tavern being staples of the small business frequented by visitors from all over the city that help them connect to Walkerville’s deep roots. And if your looking to go for a night on the town, or just feel like getting away for the night, just next door is the Windsor casino. With its world class food and dinning experiences, buffet, gambling, dancing, great comedy, music and celebrity acts the casino truly has anything you could want for a night out.
Today’s Walkerville is the heritage center of the city of Windsor. Stretching from Detroit river to Tecumseh Road while South Walkerville (after being incorporated into Windsor) was split starting near Walkerville and Tecumseh. Walkerville has the Hiram Walker Plant still open on the Detroit River, Hull’s Landing dating back to Walkerville’s humble beginnings, Willistead Park and Manor which dates back to Hiram Walkers son’s residents and property and Walkerville High School. Later the town grew and joined its neighbour Windsor to become a bigger and better city.

King Edward primary school and beautiful neighbourhoods with big trees and friendly neighbours are nestled into the community of Walkerville. Lanspeary park has an outdoor swimming pool for a quick summer dip, or to bring your kids to learn how to swim and have a safe place to get away during the summer months. With the small-town experience capping off with shopping, banking and the Windsor Market Square, filled with boutique butchers, and small businesses flourishing in a bazaar style shopping experience allowing you to taste, smell and see all the diverse cultures that are on display and growing in Walkerville community.

Willistead Park and Manor were the creations of designer Albert Kahn, the foremost American Industrial architect of his day who created much of the architecture of Detroit’s founding. Willistead Manor, was the home of Hiram Walkers second son Edward Chandler Walker. This beautiful home stands as a crown jewel in the center of the park, now a famous venue for weddings, receptions, and multiple events such as Art in The Park and Movies in the Park, laminating the artist souls cultivated in Walkerville and surrounding areas. Optimist Memorial Park, located on Ypres Aves has great trails to explore as well as more sporting fields, and a great Community Center.