Thank You Caldwell First Nation for Your Beautiful Boardwalk

Dear Editor,

Yesterday I had the enormous pleasure of visiting the Caldwell First Nations’ new boardwalk. It is a beautiful, accessible facility, complete with ample parking, shaded picnic facilities and a comfort station.

It is a naturalist’s paradise — I spotted too many bird species to count, waterfowl, amphibians, reptiles, and wildflowers galore.

Amazingly, it is free. I had the entire boardwalk to myself; it was a peaceful, idyllic interlude and I came away with over two hundred stunning new images on my camera.

To all bird and nature lovers in Essex County, I highly recommend a visit to the boardwalk. To the Caldwell First Nations – thank you!

Kindest regards,
Pamela Perrault, Photographer
Kingsville, ON


  1. Paul Prescott

    I believe this is it (someone please correct me if it’s not):
    Caldwell Marina Conservation Boardwalk
    609 Point Pelee Dr.
    Leamington, Ontario N8H 3V4 Canada

  2. It’s on Bevel Line next to the old Trading Post store and Birdie’s Perch. I’m not sure where parking is though.

  3. Hi! Thanks for sharing. What is the address?

  4. ~~And where exactly is this place?

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