332 Road 3 W, Kingsville, ON N9Y 2E5     519.733.4034     Email: questions@jackminer.com

Book a Tour at The Jack Miner Migratory Bird Sanctuary.

Over the years, curious people from all over the world have visited the sanctuary. This destination was once rated the second greatest tourist attraction in Canada, with Niagara Falls being the first, with cars and school buses lined for miles up and down the road. We invite you to experience it for yourself. Land Here.

Tours can be scheduled for 2+ people. We encourage mask wearing and social distancing while on the tours.

Monday-Sunday: 10:00am-2:00pm
(based on availability)

All tours are FREE OF CHARGE, however we do appreciate any donation that can be made to the Sanctuary.

All tours last roughly 30 minutes to 1 hour. 

Please book tour 3-4 days prior to your visit.

Please email us at tour@jackminer.com
or call 519-733-4034

The Sanctuary Grounds and Attractions.

Historic House.

The Jack Miner House: Built 1916-1922 with materials from the Miner Brick and Tile Yard, include special exhibits, artifacts…

Viewing Pond.

Jack was able to watch over migrating geese and to this day, visitors are able to feed ducks and geese as they…

Jack Miner Museum.

While maintaining its original structure and design, the Horse Barn was renovated to be used as a Museum in 1977…

Ty Cobb Field.

Built for the legendary Hall of Fame Major League Baseball player Ty Cobb, one of Jack Miner’s best friends…

Kennedy Woods.

The woods were Jack’s classroom and his true passion. That’s why we encourage visitors to spend the day exploring…

The Gazebo.

Built in 2012 with a grant from Farm Credit Canada and a generous donation from the James Sylvestre Group, the Gazebo…

Jack Miner Memorial

The final resting place of Jack and Laona Miner. Over 16,000 people attended the funeral at the property…

Hunter's Cabin.

A Memorial cabin built in 2004 for Flight 126 in memory of eight hunters, 2 pilots and 2 dogs that parished in a plane…

Nature Stadium.

Built in 1973, the Stuart Playfair Nature Stadium was used to watch over the bird banding process… 

Experience The Jack Miner Migratory Bird Sanctuary by Banding Together: Past. Present. Future.