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Ojibway Park is the hub of activity at the Ojibway Prairie Complex. Most visitors initially visit here before exploring other regions of the Complex. Ojibway Park features an excellent Nature Centre and several well kept, self-guiding nature trails on which visitors can discover and learn about the park's 160 acres of pin oak forest, savanna, ponds and tallgrass prairie. Some paths have an asphalt surface to provide easy access for strollers, wheelchairs, seniors and others who are not able to navigate the uneven terrain of woodchipped trails elsewhere in the park. Benches scattered along paths allow for rest stops or a place to just sit and watch nature go about its business.

Spectacular wildflower gardens around the Nature Centre hint at the majesty of the tallgrass prairie in full bloom.

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