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Popular urban oasis offers a variety of outdoor recreation including ice-skating, baseball games, nature hikes and exploring the park's greenhouse.
Suggested duration: 2-3 hours
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1873 Bloor St W, Toronto, Ontario M6R 2Z3, Canada
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Reviewed 4 days ago

This is a beautiful place to go for a walk, picnic, or to see the cherry blossoms in the spring. The only negative is the zoo is not the greatest... but they have a zoo so should I really complain?! A must-visit for sure.

Date of experience: December 2018
Thank Lindsay M
Reviewed 6 days ago via mobile

This area has on road and some off road biking Can spend a good hour or two exploring Recommended highly

Date of experience: July 2018
Thank DrRonaldT
Reviewed 6 days ago

High Park is one of my favourite parks in the world. Really would strive to live near High Park if I was to live in Toronto. Its lovely in all seasons and I also love Grenadier Restaurant in the midst of the Park with their...More

Date of experience: November 2018
Thank indranguru
Reviewed 1 week ago

recently I went to high park with my female partner and her grandson primarily to see the park, it has been 40 years since last at the park I was impressed at the selection of animals at the zoo and we could walk up and...More

Date of experience: November 2018
Thank Paul H
Reviewed 2 weeks ago via mobile

I grew up with this park, I've been to the movie nights, the Shakespeare in the park, the zoo, the castle park, the Colborne Lodge, everything about this park and all the little creatures that live within it add magic to it. It even has...More

Date of experience: November 2018
Thank Paulinagabowicz
Reviewed 2 weeks ago

This used to be such a beautiful park, offering a peaceful getaway within the city. However, lately, it has become over-run with people, many of whom seem to think it is acceptable to chuck one's food wrappers on the ground for someone else to tidy...More

Date of experience: August 2018
Thank Heather C
Reviewed 3 weeks ago

Perfect if you have children, a beautiful playground, picnic areas, splash pad, and even a zoo! Highly recommended

Date of experience: September 2018
Thank David M
Reviewed 4 weeks ago

If you are looking for a great way to get away from the city without leaving Toronto ... get to High Park and check out the Maple Leaf garden and the carved trees!

Date of experience: November 2018
Thank scottagoldberg
Reviewed 4 weeks ago via mobile

As a nature lover, i appreciate this park so much. i don’t mind walking around on dirt pathways. The colorful trees were gorgeous. though i found 1 person sitting in the corner of a small lake smoking something that is now legal in canada. But...More

Date of experience: October 2018
Thank urmajestyc
Reviewed 4 weeks ago via mobile

A must visit during the spring and falls. Park is beautiful all around summer but it is amazing during month of May and Oct-Nov. You can do fishing, running, have a picnic with family or just soak in the sun. Great place to spend an...More

Date of experience: November 2018
Thank Gagan M
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purva22aug
October 6, 2018|
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Response from Shawnda C | Reviewed this property |
There are a few but not many yet probably due to long warm summer and still hasn't gotten too cold. I live across from Park so I go by it everyday.
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Jin L
July 17, 2018|
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I really have no idea. I am sorry !
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bhartimohini
April 2, 2018|
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Response from danya_par | Reviewed this property |
Late April or early may are probably your best bets for seeing the cherry blossoms!! btw most of the cheery tress are around hillside gardens and around duck pond. Highly recommend going to check them out as they’re super... More
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tashalicious
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Priceline area advice, Downtown, East or West?? (5 Replies)
Hiya, I'm moving to Toronto & am looking to book a hotel room for a few nights while looking for an apartment (around the downtown area) We are looking for something on Priceline & I wanted to know if I bid for Downtown & am unsucessful should I bid for Toronto West (which is the High Park area I think) or bid for Toronto East (which is a bit of Queen Street East and Kingston Road) I'm not sure if this is the right place to ask this question but I don't know anything about...More
September 19, 2009|
Response fromRescueTeam|
Hi tashalicious; A hotel in downtown west would be a bit nicer than downtown east. BetterBidding.com can be of assistance with identifying what hotel is being offered. Best Regards
liquidsilver55
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Going to T.O. (2 Replies)
Hello everyone, going to toronto for a visit in a few weeks and looking for some good reasonably prices restaurants for lunch and dinner. I'll be staying just of Danforth. Anyone heard of the Mexican art Cafe?? I'm also moving there next summer and will be going to George Brown. I have a good understanding of the city and it areas but I just don't know were to live. So many choices... I'm basically looking on the west side of Downtown. I know Toronto is a pretty safe area but I don't like...More
September 16, 2005|
Response fromtastebud|
I agree, Liquidsilver, there are lots of options. Would you prefer to live in an apartment that's a floor in a house, or in a bigger building? Do you care if the building has facilities such as a work out room? Do you need parking? (in some areas parking is nearly impossible, and in some condo buildings it can add $200 a month to your cost).
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Tulip Festival - where do you park (5 Replies)
I am going to the Ottawa Tulip Festival for the first time next week. Can anyone tell me what I can expect. Where is the place to park to be in the centre of places? Is it best to take the shuttle bus and get on and off. We are walkers so what can i expect for distances between showcases of tulips? For an example is the showcase like High Park or Edwards Gardents in Toronto where you just walk all around the park area or is there quite a distance between venues? Thanks for any advice.
May 05, 2011|
Response fromlifesci99|
Hello! The two main venues, Major's Hill park which is downtown and Commissioner's Park at Dow's Lake are pretty far apart - it'd probably take several hours to walk from one to another, and it wouldn't be a particularly nice walk either, so I would definitely drive or take the shuttle. For Major's Hill park downtown I would park at the underground parkade at the World Exchange Centre (entrance off Queen St. between Metcalfe and O'Connor and at Metcalfe and Albert) which is free on weekends...More