Looking for something fun to do with the family over the long Family Day weekend? We have lots of winter activities planned and would love to see you all out enjoying this beautiful weather!
If you would like more information about any other these programs, call the Rondeau Visitor Centre at 519-674-1768.
See you soon!
Just so any potential visitors are aware, we will be closed for a few days in the next couple months:
We would like to congratulate the three lucky winners from this year’s Friends of Rondeau Raffle!
John Huggan, Kitchener – Bikes
Colleen Penner, Chatham – Quilt
Frank Vadovic, Chatham – 2016 Park Pass
Thank you to everyone who purchased tickets and helped support the Friends of Rondeau and the Natural Heritage Education Program in the park!
There’s definitely a chill in the air, and with winter right around the corner, we’ve thought up some fun, winter-themed activities for you and your family! Bundle up and head out to Rondeau to participate in an Owl Prowl or Winter Tree ID hike…or join us in the Visitor Centre for a nice warm cup of cocoa while you make Christmas cards for your loved ones. There is something for all ages! Check out the activity sheet below!
Just to give visitors to Rondeau Park a “head’s up”, Kent Bridge Road will be closed between Rose Beach Line and New Scotland Line until November 30 for bridge maintenance. See the map below to help plan an alternate route to the park.
Sorry for the inconvenience, we hope to see you all soon!
Are you looking for a great way to spend the Thanksgiving weekend with the family? Why not come spend a beautiful autumn day in Rondeau Park and participate in our 2nd annual Halloween Festival!
Autumn is a beautiful time to come to Rondeau and enjoy the fall colours and cool weather. Check out our latest activity sheet! We have lots of activities for the whole family!
It’s that time of year again! As the cool weather approaches, it is time to bid farewell to the Monarch butterflies once again. Join us for guided butterfly hikes, Monarch tagging demonstrations, the Adopt-a-Monarch program, a local artisan show, a native plant sale, crafts and face painting and a BBQ lunch!
All activities will take place this Sunday, September 20th from 10:00am to 4:00pm at the Rondeau Visitor Centre! Call 519-674-1768 for more information.
See you there!
School’s back in but the Visitor Centre is still open Thursday-Sunday from 10am – 4pm. You can also still visit us on weekends and check out some great programs! Be sure to mark our Great Canadian Shoreline Cleanup and Monarch Migration Festival in your calendars!