West Toronto

At 400 acres, High Park is the largest park located entirely within Toronto's boundaries. Since 1876, it has been the jewel in Toronto's park system and a favorite spot of Torontonians and tourists alike, with more than one million visitors...  Read More

Toronto Music Garden

This intriguing waterfront garden was designed as a physical interpretation of Bach's First Suite for Unaccompanied Cello. Landscape architect Julie Messervy collaborated with cellist Yo-Yo Ma to create the park, which features six different...  Read More

Located in front of City Hall, Nathan Phillips Square and its reflecting pool are year-round landmarks. In spring, summer and fall the square is jam-packed with activity – concerts, dance performances, and art exhibits. You can even buy fresh...  Read More

Martin Goodman Trail

The city of Toronto has made jogging, biking, and rollerblading trails a priority for its citizens. The city has over 175km of biking trails, the best of which is the 22-km path along the waterfront known as the Martin Goodman. The wide path...  Read More

Trinity Square Park

Trinity Square Park is a public space in downtown Toronto, bounded by the Toronto Eaton Centre shopping mall, the Marriott Eaton Centre hotel and office buildings. The square's focal point is the Church of the Holy Trinity, an Anglican church...  Read More

East Toronto

Part historic site, part protected wilderness, Rouge Park is comprised of 47 square kilometers of historic farms, wetlands, undisturbed meadows and forests. Bordering Lake Ontario, the park even has a great beach. Hiking and camping are popular,...  Read More

This park occupies the harbor islands opposite the downtown area and is only accessible by ferry from the Bay Street Ferry Dock. After the 20 minute ride out, you arrive at a beautiful, natural haven, with beautiful natural gardens, perfect for...  Read More


Guildwood Park's 90 acres of picturesque gardens and walking trails serves as a sort of graveyard for Toronto's historic buildings. The park features approximately 70 pieces of buildings that stood in the city's downtown core until being torn...  Read More

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