Nature/ Wildlife Areas in Toronto

Top Nature & Wildlife Areas in Toronto, Ontario

Nature & Wildlife Areas in Toronto

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  • Indah Edlightz
    Ontario, Canada2,507 contributions
    Great getaway from the city ... minutes away from the city. natural space with no dogs allowed. lots of joggers and cyclists. lots of coast for relaxing and fishing. there is some parking available near the trail but its not paved. otherwise you ll need to park further away and walk
    Written July 7, 2021
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  • Ryan M
    Toronto, Canada2 contributions
    I visited here in winter, and it looked so stunning. My girlfriend was away during business, but will come here again with her here!
    Written January 4, 2022
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  • SJM
    Toronto, Canada59 contributions
    Best place for a small hike and If you want to go extreme, go down through the park and get to Rouge River and walk through the lake.
    Written September 1, 2021
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  • AMsays
    Thornhill, Canada3,471 contributions
    This is my backyard natural paradise that I frequent almost every day on my walks. This vast park intersects various prominent streets, a reservoir, creeks, forested areas, greenspace, the Finch Hydro Corridor and spans many kilometres of trials.
    The forested areas still harbour wildlife – I have seen hawks, deer and a coyote on a few occasions. More frequent are the skunks, squirrels, rabbits, raccoons, and birds.
    The Park also has a dogs off-leash area, picnic sites, a firepit and even cricket and sports fields. Most trails are also available during winter months, but caution is sometimes required. A great place - year round
    Written July 3, 2021
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  • JimParkway
    Toronto, Canada2,071 contributions
    The Humber Arboretum has two sections. The lower section has the wooded forest trails while the upper section, next to college campus, contains wonderful landscapes designs, maintained by the Humber College Landscape Technology students. This place is great for all conditions. The open air space area at top and the wooded area down below.
    Written June 29, 2021
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  • princess_smom
    Toronto, Canada6 contributions
    The hike was very nice. There is mostly a rugged foot path to follow. We parked at the Loblaws on Redpath and entered through the trailhead. The path is not always well marked and there are many off-shoots that sometimes lead you away from the main path. It was helpful to have my phone to locate where I was on the trail. The GPS showed the trail in good detail. There were other hikers and cyclists along the trail. It was necessary to be aware of cyclists as they would sometimes approach without a bell and as the path is fairly narrow, it was good to keep a head up. The trail was well shaded in many parts. We saw a deer which was quite neat considering we were really in the middle of the city. I'd love to go in the fall to see the changing leaves.
    Written July 19, 2017
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