Walpole Island Chief Dan Miskokomon and Council Members attended the Opening of the Herb Gray Parkway Trail in Windsor on November 9, 2016. The new, 17-kilometre multi-use trail is the first trail that has been incorporated into a major provincial highway project in Ontario.

Steven Del Duca, Ontario Minister of Transportation, was accompanied by Drew Dilkens, the Mayor of Windsor, Chief Miskokomon, Reta Sands, Walpole Island Elder, and Lori Newton, Executive Director of Bike Windsor Essex to officially open the trails on the Rt. Hon. Herb Gray Parkway. The trail runs from Malden Rd. in the west to Howard Ave. in the east.

The relationship that exists today between Walpole Island First Nation (WIFN) and the Ontario Ministry of Transportation (MTO) on the Rt. Hon. Herb Gray Parkway began in 2004 during the early planning stages for a new end-to-end border transportation system in the Windsor-Detroit Gateway. Through consultation, WIFN has influenced policy and infrastructure projects to include opportunities to share First Nation history and culture with neighboring communities.

Walpole Island artist, Teresa Altiman, was commissioned to design an interpretation of the Great Turtle which carries the Grandfather Stone.