Sign-Entrance-400x400Malcolmson Eco-Park is an eco-friendly park located within the City of St. Catharines in Port Weller East. The park is a fine example of what can be accomplished when residents work together to better their community.

The park itself derives its name from Mary Malcolmson, a woman who was instrumental in organizing the first Canadian Girl Guide Organization in 1910. The first meeting was held in St. Catharines, Ontario.

Malcolmson Eco-Park is bordered by the Welland Canal and Lock One to the east and Lake Ontario to the north, all within walking distance of the park. Situated at the northern end of Niagara Street, at Lakeshore Road, in the city of St. Catharines, there is plenty of free parking and admission to the park is free.

The Friends of Malcolmson Eco-Park are a group of dedicated and enthusiastic volunteers who act as stewards of the park, doing projects that help enhance the public’s enjoyment of this unique park.  The purpose of the Friends of Malcolmson Eco-Park webpage is to provide up-to-date information about the park and related events.  We will be posting upcoming events, details regarding park projects, a map of the park, contact information and interesting links.

EARTH DAY 2019! Our annual Earth Day Celebration and Native Plant Sale will be Sat. April 27, 8 am. to 1 pm. Bring the whole family for activities like planting wildflowers and trees, hiking, and a presentation on invasive plants. See the posts page for details. 

MOTHER’S DAY NATIVE PLANT SALE on Sat. May 11, 8 am. to 1 pm. Surprise Mom with a beautiful wildflower or tree! Volunteer planting activities for the whole family! Details on the posts page.

NEW PROJECT initiated, to begin removing some of the invasive plant species in the forest and prairie. Details on the posts page.

 The latest Malcolmson Eco-Park newsletter “The Pin Oak”  is Issue #20 for November 2018. See Newsletter page or go to the Gallery page.  To  subscribe to our newsletter or mailings, please  contact us.

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