Toronto’s Best Parks

Spring is finally here! Enjoy the beautiful (Toronto) outdoors at one of our beautiful parks. Here’s a list of some beautiful parks you can visit during your stay in Toronto.

Toronto's Best Parks

  1. Rouge Park

Rouge Park is located in Toronto’s east end and is a popular destination for campers and hikers. The park features trails, golf courses, waterways and a beach at its southern end.

  1. Evergreen Brickworks

Evergreen Brickworks is a great spot for families. The park features many beautiful nature trails and guided tours. Be sure to check out the Farmer’s Market as well.

  1. Bluffers Park

Located in the Scarborough Bluffs, Bluffers Park features high cliffs and scenic marshes. If you’re looking for great views and short hiking trails, check it out. There’s also a restaurant and bar in the park, which makes it the perfect venue to spend a beautiful summer day.

  1. High Park

High Park is one of the largest parks in the city and it features hiking trails, sport facilities, a beautiful lakefront, a dog park, a mini-zoo, playgrounds for children, a few restaurants, greenhouses, and picnic areas.

  1. Riverdale Park

Located on the east side of Toronto, Riverdale park features two baseball diamonds, three playing fields, a soccer field, running track, ice rink, tennis courts, and a pool. While visiting the park, be sure to check out Riverdale Farm as well.


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