Community Development, Tourism & Recreation Department

The Recreation Department facilitates the provision of community Recreation Programs & Events , services, special events, and attractions that address the social, recreation, self-improvement, skill acquisition, and health promotion needs of the community.

The Department's objective is to provide friendly and affordable programs and services that foster a sense of pride in the community and encourage participation in community programs and services inclusive of all ages, abilities and cultures.

 

Winter Programs 2020

Check out our line up of programs for this winter! You'll see some of your old favourites along with a number of new programs in our  Winter Recreation Program Brochure 2020 . Be sure to Like and Follow us on Facebook to keep up to date on programs and events that will be added throughout the winter!

Download the   Program Registration Form  complete it and drop it off at our office, along with payment, to our front counter staff or in our drop off slot after hours. Please register in advance as decisions to cancel programs due to insufficient registration will take place 3-4 days before the programs begin. If you have any questions about registration contact us at 902-798-2275 ext.201.

Windsor Public Skate

 Windsor Arena Public Skates 1

Avon Region Active Transportation Plan Study

To view the study, please click on Avon Region Active Transportation Plan NOTE:  Depending on your internet connection, it may take a long time to download as it is a very large document.

Trails in Windsor

Here is a  2017 Trails Map that includes information related to active transportaiton trails in the town of Windsor.

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Have you heard about the "Blue Route?"  The Blue Route provincial cycling network will connect Nova Scotia’s communities through designated cycling routes on secondary highways with paved shoulders, low traffic volume roads, hard surfaced trails, and city streets. The concept of the Blue Route is based on the award winning Route Verte in Quebec, which brings in upwards of $200M in tourism revenue each year and is seen as one of the best active transportation networks in the world.

Once completed the Blue Route is comprised, it will provide a 3000km network of signed bicycle routes, connecting riders with communities across the province.

For access to Cycle NS website and the Grand Pre - Burntcoat Head Map, click http://www.cyclenovascotia.ca/routes/grand-pre-burntcoat-head/