Land Care Niagara – Tree Planting Event

Join us on November 14, 2017 at 9am for a Tree Planting Event

along Walker’s Creek Trail between Parnell and Linwell 

Star Gazing 2017


Come out to our annual Stargazing Night in Cindy Road Park. Saturday, September 23rd, 2017 from 7:30pm to 11:30pm. Fun and informative for the whole family! And it’s FREE!

Free parking is available on the roads bordering the park, including Willcher Drive and Cindy Drive.

Fall Walk Schedule

Several times each year, The Friends of Walkers Creek and the Friends of Malcomson Eco Park give guided walking tours through the various park areas. So, mark your calnedar and put on your comfy walking shoes and join us for a leisurely stroll through the area parks!

PLEASE NOTE:  For the safety and comfort of all involved, these walks are “weather permitting” events.  

Fall Walks

Date & Time


Meeting Location

Thurs Sep 7, 10am Walker’s Creek Pk S Parnell Rd and Walker’s Creek
Thurs Sep 14, 10am Malcomson Eco Pk Lakeshore Rd at Niagara St.
Sat Sep 23, 10am Cindy Pk Cindy Drive and Walker’s Creek (Family Walk)
Sat Sep 30, 10am Malcomson Eco Pk  Lakeshore Rd at Niagara St (Family Walk)
Thurs Oct 12, 10am Cherie Rd Pk Cindy Rd at Walker’s Creek

Native Plant Giveaway

It’s time  to split the native flowering plants in the Pollination Garden in Walker’s  Creek Park South.  Bring your own container and take home a native wildflower to try out in your home garden.  Some of the plants being offered are Beardtongue, Virginia Mountain Mint, Coneflower and New England Aster.  Entrance to the park is Richelieu at Old Oxford or Strathcona at Keisten.  Join The Friends and The Niagara Restoration Council between 9 and 11 am!


Great job volunteers!

The Friends of Walker’s Creek have recently partnered with The City of St. Catharine Green Advisory Committee to create an entrance garden at the Lakeshore Road entrance  of Cindy Park.  The object of this project is to make the entrance to the park more appealing and encourage people to come and enjoy the park.  Once established, trail walkers will enjoy the riot of colour this new garden will bring.  The colour begins now (May) with blue salvia and continues throughout the summer with coneflower, daisy, black eyed Susan, catmint, followed in the fall with sedum and joe pye weed. The tall grass of blue stem will be left tall for winter interest.  Watch for visits from butterflies, bumble bees and other pollinators and of course the songbirds will be enjoying the seeds from these perennial beauties.  Enjoy!