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1873 Bloor St W, Toronto, ON M6R 2Z3, Canada

(416) 338-0338

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Amazing park. Many kilometers of walks through lightly to densely forested areas. There is usually a couple of food and ice cream trucks as well as a reasonably priced cafe. Interesting historical sites and a more modern children's playground. It also encompasses a small zoo which is always a pleasure to walk through. A huge piece of nature in the city!

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Just LOVE this park! Whether I'm visiting the fenced dog area with my pup Wilco, or exploring the park with my family, it is always an enjoyable time. Surround yourself in nature. What a gift this park is! Picnic areas, tennis courts, a pond, a swimming pool, a restaurant and the zoo. The cherry blossoms that bloom annually are really something you should check out! 😊👍

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5
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Great for kids, playground is really nice. Landscaping top notch. Great scenery. Cherry trees blooming in spring is a must see..

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4
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I've mostly experienced High Park by cycling through it, but its got a massive hill that's a lot of fun (southbound at least!) Other than that I enjoy getting lost in the countless trails that wind in and out of the park. It's a great slab of nature in the west end of the city.

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5
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One ofthegreatthimgs about Toronto is the amount of green space we have to enjoy. high Park has beautiful gardens, a huge (and rather chaotic) off leash dog area, Shakespeare in the Park in the summer.. There is plenty of parking, but it fills up fast.. Take the TTC to avoid the issue.

highparktoronto.com
5
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My favourite park in the whole city of Toronto. Really magical and beautiful in all seasons of the year. Once spring arrives, the Japanese cherry blossom trees are in full boom which attracts many tourists and locals alike. There are hiking trails, as well. Growing up the playground/castle was made of pine(?) wood, until there was a fire incident. Parts of the playground have been replaced, and it is just as enjoyable as it was many years ago. There is a dog friendly park, the waterfront, zoo, places throughout for picnics, and sports facilities. Absolutely no wedding photography allowed: you must call to inquire.

highparktoronto.com
5
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I go here to cycle for exercise and walk the dog in the extensive off-leash areas. There is so much more to this park that I don't fully take advantage of since I live nearby. There is so much to do, see and learn.

highparktoronto.com
5
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One of the best parks in the city. Big and full of nature and things to do. Top notch!

highparktoronto.com
5
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Great park with an awesome kids playground that has a building that looks like a castle. My kid lived the zoo and petting/feeding area. Love grenadier park restaurant for it patio and a place to rest after all that walking.

highparktoronto.com
5
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Amazing park right in the city. There is a ton to do in the park but I'm here more often than not to go to the off leash dog park. Arguably, it's one of the best dog parks in the city.

highparktoronto.com
4
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High Park is a gorgeous park located close to the waterfront - just off the Queensway. With ponds, trails and picnic areas - High Park is amazing for any family or couple outings. Be sure to avoid park in later evening - the clientele after about 8pm varies and sometimes features some undesirable interactions. (Druggies, Drunkies, etc.)

highparktoronto.com
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Awesome big park in the city easily accessible by public transit. In the spring, the cherry blossoms looks amazing and in the fall the coloured leaves are breath taking. There's a small zoo and a nice play ground for kids. Swimming pool, tennis court, and many trails. :D

highparktoronto.com
5
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Pros: Lovely Landscape, Amazing place to walk, Plenty of places to explore, (in May) Lovely cherry blossoms. Cons: No place to park (Take the subway and bus), Easily getting lost in there (Get a map). Enjoy a great day with family in this location. I recommend to go there around 9 AM and then leave around 4 or 5 PM.

highparktoronto.com
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A wonderful park to take a family picnic to or to check out the small scale zoo or to walk your dog through a big off leash trail area. A wonderful area in Toronto. Fun to think it used to be ski hills and a military training area.

highparktoronto.com
5
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Toronto's biggest and best green space. Shakespeare in the park is fun, cherry blossoms in May are beautiful (it gets hectic and overcrowded). Lots of picnic space.. I like to go here and clear my head. It's peaceful.

highparktoronto.com
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I spent over 7 very nice years here when I was living in the neighbourhood. The memories are just full of warmth, fun and sweetness. The cherry blossom season and the Shakespeare Festival are must see.

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High Park

1873 Bloor St W, Toronto, ON M6R 2Z3, Canada
(416) 338-0338