HIGH PARK TRAIL
1873 Bloor Street West, Toronto, ON M6R 2Z3 Directions
Tennis Courts, Baseball Diamonds and Soccer Fields, Playgrounds for Children, Dog Park, Greenhouses, Runners, Public Transit Access, Zoo, Picnic Areas & Waterfront
'High Park' is the most significant public park in Toronto. It can access the thousands of people who are seated inside the 18 designated picnic areas. The park is conveniently accessible by subway and by streetcar. The park is also within walking distance of the arts & crafts shops and cafés on Bloor West. It provides a range of activities outdoors, including ice-skating, and baseball games. It features plenty of hiking trails, sporting facilities, varied vegetation, and a lovely lakefront. Convenient parking is also available.
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TOMMY THOMPSON PARK
1 Leslie Street, Toronto, ON M4M 3M2 Directions
Cobble Be Bicycling, School Field Trip, Rollerblading, Cottonwood Forests, Conservation, Bird Watching, Wildlife, Picnicking, Fishing, Hiking Trails, Guided Walk, Educational, Species, Aquatic Plants, Custom Programs, Community Group Programs, Wildflower Meadows, Coastal Marshes & Special Events
Tommy Thompson Park is one of the city's best bird-watching locations, with over 300 species registered. It is the most current season on the park trails for outdoor activities like hiking, roller-blading, and leisure cycling. It's also a popular wildlife watching and fishing spot. The park is situated on a human-made island, known as Leslie Street Spit, which stretches five kilometers into Lake Ontario and has a scale of over 500 hectares. It also affords free parking.
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ROUGE NATIONAL URBAN PARK
105 Guildwood Parkway, Toronto, ON M1E 1N0 Directions
Natural, Walking, Camping, Cultural and Agricultural Landscapes, Education and Orientation Centres, Nature Trails, Fire Side Chats, Historic Event, Guided Walks, Artificial Wetlands & Farmland
Rouge National Urban Park is one of the world's most extensive marshes, unspoiled beaches, beautiful hiking opportunities, and more than 10,000-year-old human history. The park offers an expensive assembly of geological, cultural, and agricultural ecosystems with many outstanding features, including incredible biodiversity with more than 1,700 plants and animal species. The park also affords free entry for visitors.