Point Pelee National Park

ENVIRONMENTAL EDUCATION, OUTDOOR EDUCATION

Point Pelee National Park protects a diversity of species and habitats like no other in Canada. The park offers excellent facilities for learning and recreation, with 20 kms of trails, a Visitor Centre with theatre, and shuttle to the Tip. Many of the facilities are wheelchair accessible. Washroom and picnic facilities are located throughout the park, with several spacious sites perfect for large numbers of students
– Spring and Fall hikes with interpreters are available, for K – 8 & high school
– Interactive learning sessions in our new Visitor Centre classroom
– Geocaching, canoeing and much more

 

CONTACT: Jaclyn Marn, 519-322-5700 ext 3336
EMAIL: pelee.info@pc.gc.ca
WEBSITE: www.parkscanada.gc.ca/pelee
LOCATION: 407 Monarch Lane, Leamington ON

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All GRADES

Min Group Size: none
Max Group Size: 120 Participants
Length: 2-4 hours, overnight visits are also available
Subject Areas: Science, Geography, Art, Environmental Science

Parks Canada- Fort Malden National Historic Site

HISTORIC SITES

The location of an historic meeting between Major General Sir Isaac Brock and Shawnee Chief Tecumseh, the British stronghold on the Detroit frontier during the War of 1812 and the Rebellions of 1837-38, and the site of the longest American occupation on Canadian soil, Fort Malden National Historic Site, in Amherstburg, Ontario opens a fascinating doorway into Canada’s early military history.

 

CONTACT: Alex Dale, 519-736-5416
EMAIL: OntFortMalden@pc.gc.ca
WEBSITE: www.pc.gc.ca/fortmalden
LOCATION: 100 Laird Ave., Amherstburg ON

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All GRADES

Min Group Size: 15 Participants
Max Group Size: 30 Participants
Length: 1.5 to 3 hours
Subject Areas: Pioneer Life, War of 1812, Rebellion

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