McGregor (Amherstburg)

Life in Historic Amherstburg
Amherstburg is nestled on the shores of Lake Erie and the Detroit River. It is one of Ontario’s oldest and most beautiful towns. Amherstburg is a quick 25 minute drive to the Windsor/ Detroit border crossing, and is the gateway to Essex County’s wineries.
Amherstburg boasts beautiful public gardens, art galleries and museums. Discover Amherstburg’s rich history by visiting one of the many museums, Fort Malden National Historic Site or by taking a stroll through the historic downtown core.
Woodland Trails

We are currently taking reservations for single family homes in the new Woodland Trails development. This development is a few minutes walk to pharmacies, parks community centre and, only a 10 minutes drive to all of the grocery stores, restaurants and amenities South Windsor has to offer. Woodland Trails is located close to grade schools, and will be in district to the new location of General Amherst high school.




1.4 km to Sobeys

1.6 km to Walmart

950 m to Shoppers Drug Mart


150 m to Centennial Park

1 km to Jack Purdie Park

1.1 km to Navy Yard Park

1.3 km to Austin “Toddy” Jones Park


3 km to Libro Centre Arena


3.3 km to Boblo Island