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Ripley's Aquarium Of Canada
#1 of 118 Nature & Parks in Toronto
It is an amazing place, filled with many wonders of nature, you can view the jellyfish wall, watch sharks swim above you in the walk through tunnel, touch the string rays, and so much more.
Right in the shadow of the Blue Jays home park is a terrific aquarium full of amazing creatures from the sea.
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Toronto Island Park
#2 of 118 Nature & Parks in Toronto
Consisting of 15 islands connected by pathways and bridges, the islands offer a beautiful green park experience of beaches, playgrounds, sports fields, hiking and bicycle trails, boardwalks,floral gardens, picnic...
Amazing for young children 2 - 10 with an amusement park that has cool rides and lots of parkland and swings etc Great for walking, cycling, having a picnic and of course the ferry ride over is great
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High Park
#3 of 118 Nature & Parks in Toronto
Gorgeous park with a something for everyone - castle playground for kids, zoo for all ages, unleashed dog area, theatre in the summer, beautiful gardens, a little bit of history and amazing walks.
high park is a terrific destination--the grenadier restaurant in the middle of the park is worth a visit; the playgrounds are inventive and fun; the walking and biking paths are excellent; there's a miniature trai...
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Allan Gardens Conservatory
#5 of 118 Nature & Parks in Toronto
It's taken care of really well and a wonderful spot to let children explore (also there is a really great park for children on the West entrance of the conservatory).
The gardens covered approximately 16,000sq ft which included a conservatory, a playground and 2 fenced off-leash dog areas, all carefully attended to and beatifully nrtured bt Toronto Parks all year round.
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Tommy Thompson Park
#6 of 118 Nature & Parks in Toronto
The park is a fantastic way to get away from city life for a half-day and enjoy a picnic, some sculpture building and a fun bike ride all within view of Toronto's downtown.
Also of interest are the hardy walkers who undertake the full length of the park to the lighthouse which is rumoured to be haunted - Such a huge wilderness park and in the downtown of the City - we are blessed to...
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Toronto Music Garden
#8 of 118 Nature & Parks in Toronto
The park is located close to harbourfront and it is great to have a walk and enjoy the water of harbourfront and the beautiful park.
Nice park
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Berczy Park
#9 of 118 Nature & Parks in Toronto
just east of Yonge Street) This small, dog friendly, park is beautifully landscaped and features a remarkable fountain, surrounded by statues of various dog breeds.
Portions of it bricked now, new murals on some adjoining buildings (such as at the flatiron building that is on one end of the park), benches and grassy area in a portion of the park, and a humorous fountain fille...
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Queen's Park
#10 of 118 Nature & Parks in Toronto
Stroll along the paths, sit and enjoy nature in the heart of the city.
I walk everyday and I love to just take a break whenever I pass Queen's Park.
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Trinity Bellwoods Park
#12 of 118 Nature & Parks in Toronto
We came here today to view the cherry blossoms, and so did lots of other people :) This park has lots to do, and is beautifully laid out.
The park itself is an oasis right in the heart of the city.
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Toronto Beach
#14 of 118 Nature & Parks in Toronto
There were people flying kites and playing ball and kids in the park.
Nice to see all the happy dogs and kids at the beach and it was not a busy day at the beach so was able to street park for free.
Woodbine Park
#16 of 118 Nature & Parks in Toronto
with hundreds of beach volleyballers, parks, picnic areas, bbqs, hard and soft sanded areas, boardwalk and sidewalk it's definitely the place to spend a day especially a sunny active day in Toronto.
We went to Woodbine Park beach on a Friday when the air temps were about 30 c and the water temps apx 18 c.
Kew Gardens
#17 of 118 Nature & Parks in Toronto
Whether you come from the lake to Queen Street or Queen Street tio the Lakeshore trails you will be embraced by the park, the trees, the bandshell and ball park.
You can get there by Train, The Kew Gardens station is nearby, if your driving you can park on the street close to the entrance, as we did.
Hanlan's Point Beach
#18 of 118 Nature & Parks in Toronto
Lovely park and beach
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Canada's Sugar Beach
#21 of 118 Nature & Parks in Toronto
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Ashbridge's Bay Park
#23 of 118 Nature & Parks in Toronto
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 carry your stuff quite a way.
Right beside Woodbine Park and connected to a endless array of bike paths, Ashbridge’s Bay Park is a treat.
Waterfront Trail : 1000 Islands
#25 of 118 Nature & Parks in Toronto
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Sunnyside Park
#27 of 118 Nature & Parks in Toronto
beautiful and peaceful place just downtown Toronto, at the same time beach and park with benches and tables for picnics and such a good restaurant the pavillon great place!
Bladed from Park place to end of Sunneydale park.
Kay Gardner Beltline Trail
#28 of 118 Nature & Parks in Toronto
Trillium Park
#32 of 118 Nature & Parks in Toronto
The Trillium Park and William G. Davis Trail is 7.5 acres of public green space on a spectacular part of Toronto’s waterfront.
Just drive to Coronation Park via Remembrance Drive.
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Budapest Park
#35 of 118 Nature & Parks in Toronto
Close to downtown and easily accessible this park has a long boardwalk, plenty of sitting area, cycles on hire, swimming pool and a restaurant overlooking the bay.
Went running the other day from the waterfront at Spadina Ave to a nice white bridge just beyond Budapest Park.
HTO Park
#41 of 118 Nature & Parks in Toronto
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Corktown Common
#42 of 118 Nature & Parks in Toronto
The site of Corktown Common was formerly industrial lands that have been transformed into a beautiful park with a variety of different 'rooms' to explore.
Great Park with children’s play areas and toilets.
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Wychwood Barns Park
#44 of 118 Nature & Parks in Toronto
Wychwood Park has always been a distinct area, but in recent years the semi-industrial functions of the TTC Barns have been transformed into a unique architectural gem which draws young crafts people and its local...
The Toronto Inukshuk Park
#45 of 118 Nature & Parks in Toronto
It was a great day to take a few pictures and visit on our way to one of Toronto's newest parks, Trillium Park.
This is a cool park to visit with a large Inukshuk statue.
Christie Pits Park
#46 of 118 Nature & Parks in Toronto
Although traces of Garrison are further to the north, the best part starts at Christie, and even though it is a relatively regular park, this extra bit of history gives it an edge.
Lower Don River Trail
#48 of 118 Nature & Parks in Toronto
Roundhouse Park
#49 of 118 Nature & Parks in Toronto
They have old trains you can take pictures on and a little train you can pay a small about to ride on around the park.
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Coronation Park
#50 of 118 Nature & Parks in Toronto
The park itself is well treed, has a nice trail along the waters edge, and has many benches from which to view the water, or the island airport.
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Glen Stewart Ravine
#52 of 118 Nature & Parks in Toronto
A great nature walk in the eastern beaches from Queen St E and Glen Manor Drive to Kingston Rd.
The leaves are changed color, so we can see this park like a paint.
Sir Casimir Gzowski Park
#58 of 118 Nature & Parks in Toronto