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Fri, Apr 26 - 2:00PM

Seacliff Park: A Walk Through the Years

Friday, April 26, 2024

2:00 p.m.


3:00 p.m.


ACO Windsor-Essex Branch + Olivia Laforet


ACO Windsor-Essex Branch

About the walk:

Embark on a captivating journey through the storied past and vibrant present of Seacliff Park in Leamington, Ontario, as you join us on a walking tour through its scenic expanse. From its origins as a vital center for lumber and farm produce transport along the waterfront to its transformation into a cherished municipal park, learn about its evolution through the ages. Discuss the locations of its lost structures, including the boathouse, bathhouse, pavilion, and baseball diamond. Hear tales of resilience as we recount the devastating tornado that swept through the park and surrounding area in 2010, leaving destruction in its wake but inspiring the remarkable Tree Legacy Project, which stands as a testament to nature's enduring spirit.
Today, Seacliff Park stands as a beacon of community vitality and recreation, offering a host of modern amenities for visitors of all ages, which include Leamington's tomato splash pad to the state-of-the-art Amphitheatre. And with the recent extension of the boardwalk, there's never been a better time to experience the timeless allure and boundless charm of Seacliff Park.

Start/End Location:

Meeting point is in the Seacliff Cliff Park (Leamington) parking lot near the Ampitheatre. Entrance to the parking lot is off of Forest Ave, between Park Street and Conover Ave. Starting/ Ending location will be at the north end of the parking lot where the walking path and lot meet, near the AODA parking space.

29JW+H55 Leamington, Ontario, Canada

Parking Details

Free parking lot at the starting/ending location

Transit Information:

Yes, very close to a bus stop

Accessibility Considerations:

Easy walk (using sidewalks or paved pathways with no hills); Wheelchair friendly; Baby stroller friendly; Appropriate for kids

Walk Themes:


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