Entertainment and Tourism
The Jack Miner Migratory Bird Sanctuary provides visitors with the opportunity to see hundreds of species of birds at various times of the year. Waterfowl, wild turkeys, peacocks, and other varieties of birds can be viewed, and some can even be fed by visitors. The sanctuary also has free tours of the grounds, a wooded area that is home to a variety of wildlife, a picnic and barbeque area, a wetland/pond area, and a museum featuring information about local history. The Kingsville Historical Park Museum houses a number of exhibits on military history as it relates to the community, with information about the Fenian Raids, the Boer War, World War 1 and 2, the Korean War, the Cold War, and recent military operations.
Lakeside Park, located on the shore of Lake Erie, features a large indoor pavilion, gazebos, flower gardens, walking paths, a playground, greenspace, and treed areas. The pavilion is often used for private events such as weddings, showers, birthday parties, and family gatherings and provides space for up to 300 people, kitchen facilities, audio and video equipment, and heating and air conditioning. The Kingsville Recreation Complex offers soccer fields, ball diamonds, a skateboard park, tennis courts, playgrounds, walking paths, picnic tables, concession areas, and an arena. A variety of programs are available at the complex, including soccer, fitness, pickleball, tennis, baseball/softball, figure skating, and ice hockey.