Amherstburg Essex Greenway

Location: Amherstburg Ontario
Region: Southwestern
Character: Abandoned Rail Bed
Length/Size: 26 km

Amherstburg Essex Greenway
By Essex Region Conservation Authority

Because of the success of the initial Greenway trail, in 2001, CN donated an additional 26 kilometre stretch of abandoned rail line that stretches from Amherstburg to the urban centre of Essex and intersects with the existing Chrysler Canada Greenway.

In 2007, a one kilometre paved, accessible trail connecting to Sadler's Pond Park in the Town of Essex was created as the most northerly community entrance for this section of Greenway. ERCA is currently working toward raising the funds to complete the additional sections of this beautiful trail, bringing our vision of a region connected by trails one step closer to reality.

Recreation Activities Available

Enjoy this new 1 km stretch of paved Greenway, and extend your walk further by exploring the connected trails around Sadler's Park.

Available to cyclists as well as hikers, this multi-use trail makes an enjoyable outing.

Bird Watching
This quiet green corridor linking natural areas is an attractive spot for birds and bird watching.

Connected to the Essex Greenway, Saddlers Park offers additional green space and a picnic shelter and picnic tables.

Cross-Country Skiing
A great destination for this exhilarating winter activity.

Picnic tables
Picnic shelter
*Paved trail is wheelchair accessible

The current completed section of the Amherstburg - Essex Greenway is a 1 kilometre paved path, and Sadler's Park has a further 1 kilometre of paved trails. Sadler's Pond is an attractive feature at Sadler's Park.