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Continue using your discovery pass to explore wonderful sites close to home! There are two National Historic Sites and a National Park to visit within two hours’ drive of downtown Windsor. From a fun day of family-friendly activities at the site of the longest American occupation on Canadian soil to an ancient First Nations village, and one of Canada’s most diverse National Parks, there’s so much to explore! Grab your pass and start making plans today with these inspirational days out.

Fort Malden National Historic Site
Site of the longest American occupation on Canadian soil.
  • Driving: 35 minutes

Point Pelee National Park
Canada’s second smallest—but most diverse— National Park.
  • Driving: 1 hour
Southwold Earthworks National Historic Site
A rare preserved fortified Indigenous village site.
  • Driving: 1.5 hours