Posted On Thursday May 21, 2020

The Province’s first stage of reopening Ontario lifts restrictions on some recreational amenities previously ordered closed to help prevent the spread of COVID-19. As a result, the Town of Kingsville has cautiously resumed public access to its amenities and in addition to recent openings, the municipality will open the following on (or before) Monday, May 25, 2020:

Currently Open:
Cedar Island Marina and Boat Launch
Linden Beach Dog Park
Walking Trails

Open Thursday, May 21st
Park Benches and Picnic Tables
Park Shelters and Gazebos

Open Friday, May 22nd
Washrooms at Cedar Island Marina - For Marina Users Only
Skateboard Park by 10:00am
Basketball Courts by 8:00am
Soccer Fields by 10:00am
Baseball Diamonds by 10:00am (Diamonds #3 and #4 at the Kingsville Arena will remain closed until repair work is complete)

Open Monday, May 25th
Tennis Courts by 8:00am

Playground equipment, beaches, and the splash pad will remain closed until further notice. Gatherings are still restricted to 5 people or fewer, so while fields are opening, they are not opening for organized sports at this time. Please be cognizant of any on-site signage that outlines proper safety protocols and continue taking personal protective measures to minimize your risk of exposure, including:

- Social distancing (2 metres)
- Frequent hand washing
- Carrying sanitizer
- Avoiding groups

For the most up-to-date information on COVID-19, visit the Windsor-Essex County Health Unit; Health Canada; and the Ontario Ministry of Health and Long Term Care. Information on this and all Town of Kingsville news and events is available at, and Facebook (Town of Kingsville).