Best Public Parks in Toronto

Expert recommended Top 3 Public Parks in Toronto, ON. All of our public parks face a rigorous 50-Point Inspection, which includes everything from checking reviews, ratings, reputation, history, complaints, satisfaction, trust and cost to the general excellence. You deserve only the best!


1873 Bloor Street West, Toronto, ON M6R 2Z3 Directions

Since 1876

Jogging, Restroom, Aquatic Center, Open Space, Ducks, Swings, Tables, Fountains, Kids Playing Area, Slides, Splash Pad, Historical Monuments, Barbecues, Picnics, Playground, Benches, Greeny Fields, Event Staging Areas, Sports Conducting, Basketball Court, Pond, Walking Trails, Birds & Restrooms

High Park is one of Toronto's largest public parks with over 399 acres of parkland. It has sports facilities, diverse vegetation, a beautiful lakefront, convenient parking, easy public transit access, a zoo, playgrounds for children, a couple of eateries, greenhouses, a bunch of squirrels, and various events throughout the year. The park provides a trackless train that has a 30-minute scenic ride weaves through the park, picking up other passengers along the way. High Park has beautiful white, and pink cherry blossoms attract thousands of visitors to the park each year.

Price: Starts from $3.50 per person (Children/Seniors) and $4.50 per person for Adults

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790 Queen Street West, Toronto, ON M6J 1G3 Directions

Since 2007

Kids Grounds, Restrooms, Covered Shelters, Slides, Tables, Open Grass, Event Areas, Gardens, Green Space, Sports Conducting, Walking Trails, Bicycling, Swings, Walking Course Plus Basketball, Splash Pad, Playgrounds, Dog Walking, Picnics, Stone Benches & Fountains

Trinity Bellwoods park has 14.6 hectares of parkland. The park sits atop the now buried Garrison Creek and features three ball diamonds, eight tennis courts, two volleyball courts, an artificial ice rink, a dog off-leash area, a wading pool, and a children playground. The park is wheelchair accessible.


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1132 Leslie Street, , Toronto, ON M1P 4N7 Directions

Since 1928

Green Space, Volleyball, Walking Trails, Skating, Stone Benches, Football Courts, Mountains, Slides, Boundless Playgrounds, Playing Areas, Splash Pad, Soccer Fields, Ponds, Gardens, Natural Open Spaces, Statue, Picnic Areas, Fishes, Swings, Rivergreenway, Monuments & Biking Rides

SunnyBrook Park has over 154 hectares of parkland. The park has many bike trails, dog parks, and Sunnybrook stables with the fields now used for sports and recreation. The dog's off-leash area is fenced, allows commercial dog walkers, and has separate areas for dogs weighing less than 9.1 kg.


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