Nature and Outdoors

Kingsville Opens Guided Walking Meditation Trail on Greenway

The Town of Kingsville proudly presents a unique addition to our greenspaces, the Guided Walking Meditation Trail on the Chrysler Canada Greenway. This innovative project, is a collaboration between the Town’s Communities in Bloom Committee, the Estate of Health Holistic Wellness Centre, and the Essex Region Conservation Authority (ERCA). The project aims to help visitors practice mindfulness and foster a stronger connection with nature.

“We have placed three signs along the Greenway by Mettawas Station Restaurant,” said Kingsville’s Manager of Programming and Special Events, Karen Loney. “Visitors can scan the QR code on the sign, which links to a webpage with ten short guided meditations created by the Estate of Health. Click on the meditation of your choice and listen to the audio as you stroll along the path.”

Mayor Dennis Rogers will officially open the Meditation Trail with a ribbon-cutting ceremony on Tuesday, May 21, 2024, at 1:30 pm. “This is an excellent example of three community partners coming together with a vision. We’re happy to offer this new experience to our residents and visitors,” he said.

Residents are welcome to attend the ribbon-cutting ceremony and hear more about the Meditation Trail at the upcoming Get in Touch with Nature event on May 26, 2024. Meditation Trail audio is available on the Town’s website at


About Communities in Bloom: Communities in Bloom is a non-profit organization dedicated to promoting civic pride, environmental responsibility, and beautification through community involvement and the use of flowers, plants, and trees.

About the Estate of Health: Estate of Health offers a beautiful setting in which to explore your path to wellness and find guidance and support throughout that process. The centre includes many exceptional features to help you restore, nourish and revitalize the body, mind and spirit.

About Essex Region Conservation Authority: The Essex Region Conservation Authority was established in 1973 as one of Ontario’s 36 Conservation Authorities. Located at the tip of Southern Ontario, ERCA has jurisdiction in nine municipalities. Its area of jurisdiction measures 1,681 square kilometres, and more than 4,200 acres of natural lands are managed to ensure their long-term conservation.

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