Waterfront park with blue skies, clouds, trees and sunshine

The Town of LaSalle offers many beautiful parks you can visit year-round. Our natural landscape makes playing in the great outdoors an adventure. In addition to beautiful parks, come discover all the paths and Trails. Whether you prefer walking, jogging, cycling, or mountain biking, there are a number of places you will want to investigate.

The County of Essex is implementing a County Wide Active Transportation System (CWATS) - to help people 'Walk, Ride County Wide'.

Boating enthusiasts can find everything they need at the waterfront. Included is the Boat Ramp at Gil Maure Park. 

Park Amenities

The Town of LaSalle is fortunate to have over 100 acres of parkland available for guests and residents. Features of our parks include playgrounds, pools, baseball diamonds and more!

View map of all parks located in the Town of LaSalle (pdf)

View Parks located in the Town of LaSalle and the amenities available (pdf).

Park Regulations

To help maintain our parks, we have established the following rules. Your co-operation in the enforcement of these rules is appreciated:

  • Motorized vehicles are not permitted in the Town parks. This includes snowmobiles, motor bikes, ATVs and automobiles;

  • By-Law 7418 Section 8.1a,b requires dog owners to clean up after their dogs within Town limits. Dogs must be kept on leashes in all parks;

  • Alcoholic beverages are not permitted in Town parks;

  • Fires for cooking or pleasure are not permitted. Golfing is not permitted in Town parks;

  • A 10:00pm curfew is in place for all Town Parks, as per By-Law 2954.

Accessible formats or communication supports are available upon request. Please contact Public Works at 519-969-4143 for your request.  

County Wide Active Transportation System (CWATS)

CWATS

County Wide Active Transportation System

The County of Essex has partnered with the seven local municipalities, the Essex Region Conservation Authority (ERCA), the Windsor Essex County Health Unit (WECHU), the Ministry of Transportation of Ontario (MTO), the City of Windsor and the Municipality of Chatham-Kent to build a cycling and pedestrian network that will connect all of our communities. Over 800km of cycling paths and multi-use trails will be built over the next 20 plus years. Come out and Walk, Ride, County Wide.