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Ashbridge's Bay Park

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A beautiful ride in the Beaches

Right beside Woodbine Park and connected to a endless array of bike paths, Ashbridge’s Bay Park is... read more

Reviewed yesterday
Toronto, Canada
via mobile
A bit crowded but what can you expect in the city

Ashbridges is a lovely beach and park. Lots to see and do with kids and family. When we want some... read more

Reviewed October 2, 2018
Toronto, Canada
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With its beaches and boardwalk, this park is perfect in the summer for a waterside retreat.
1561 Lake Shore Blvd. E., Toronto, Ontario M4L 3W6, Canada
East End
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Reviewed yesterday via mobile

Right beside Woodbine Park and connected to a endless array of bike paths, Ashbridge’s Bay Park is a treat. With great views of tall buildings downtown and endless lake, this park, local for me has become one of my favourites. Picnic perfect with nice weather.

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Reviewed October 2, 2018 via mobile

Ashbridges is a lovely beach and park. Lots to see and do with kids and family. When we want some sun and sand but can’t get out of tHe city - we always have a great time at Ashbridges. Year round a great spot to...More

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Reviewed August 2, 2018 via mobile

We had a great time walking on the paths of this nice park. There are lots of yahts in the area also.

Thank ElenaP2205
Reviewed January 14, 2018

Any waterfront park has a natural advantage, but there's a difference between good and great. This area has incredible potential. Unfortunately, the City of Toronto has no vision for this area and it drifts along. If they but could find the bandwidth to make some...More

1  Thank Colin F
Reviewed September 21, 2017

Lot's of greenery, paved trails, sailing marinas, and beautiful views of the Toronto skyline. Playgrounds, parking for a moderate fee. Only downside is that most of the park is quite a way from the parking lot so if you're planning a pic-nic you need to...More

Thank Ivona_Kolo
Reviewed August 2, 2017 via mobile

This park and Woodbine Beach sit on Lake Ontario and are a quick trip from downtown water front (once you get out of traffic) if you want to be able to lay out and get into the water. A few eateries located there so you...More

Thank EinDC65
Reviewed July 1, 2017

We stopped by this beach a week or so ago and enjoyed walking through the trails and through some water near the volleyball courts. It's a good place that has lots of parking nearby and even has a couple of ice cream wagons hanging around....More

Thank RC1944
Reviewed April 2, 2017 via mobile

This place has everything. Parking is a little difficult because it is a very popular destination especially during summer. Activities include walking, jogging, biking, rollerblading,swimming and beach volleyball. There are tennis courts and a diving pool. Everything is free. There is also a playground for...More

Thank David L
Reviewed April 25, 2016

OK what do you want to do? Kite surf, swim, boat, playground, dive, bike, play volleyball, jog, hike, kite fly, sunbathe, dine, the list goes on. 24x7x365 days there is a unique north America feature. A natural non developed commercially non wilderness, beach and park...More

1  Thank travellingsinclairs
Reviewed February 8, 2016

There is no bad month to visit the beach. The sunsets are awesome, the cloud formations provocative, the sand is layable, the grounds are very clean. You can swim in the free city pools, rollerblade, windsurf, fly a kite, sail a boat, have a picnic,...More

1  Thank colleen1234_11
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Stephanie R
June 8, 2018|
Response from Colin F | Reviewed this property |
They have large nets already set up there - about two dozen or so most days. Maybe check the Parks & Rec site to see if you need to book it, as they're popular in summer.