Parks & Beaches in Toronto and the GTA

Humber Marshes

Humber Marshes, 2595 Bloor Street West, York, ON, Canada

Features extensive marshes that provide a breeding habitat for ducks, turtles and fish. Listed as a top spot to see birds in the City's Birds of Toronto.

Amberlea Park

Amberlea Park, Braeburn Crescent, Pickering, ON, Canada

This safe, public space is a great environment for kids to connect with one another and enjoy some outdoor play. Features outdoor splash pad for the summer months. 

Crawford Lake Conservation Area

Crawford Lake Conservation Area, Conservation Road, Milton, ON, Canada

Learn about local First Nations history, sample the maple taffy, watch the turtles paddle on the lake, or a hike to Rattlesnake Point. Cross-country skiing is also a popular activity. 

Rouge National Urban Park

Rouge National Urban Park, Zoo Road Welcome Area, Zoo Road, Toronto, ON, Canada

Home to some of the last remaining working farms in the GTA, Toronto’s only campground, one of the region’s largest marshes, unspoiled beaches, hiking trails, and some of Canada's oldest known Indigenous sites.

Jack Darling Memorial Park

Jack Darling Memorial Park, 1180 Lakeshore Road West, Mississauga, ON, Canada

A large, diverse park, situated on Lake Ontario. Features include picnic areas, a playground, a splash pad, tennis courts, a toboggan hill, and a leash-free zone.

Marie Curtis Park

Marie Curtis Park, 2 Forty Second Street, Etobicoke, ON, Canada

There is a playground, wading pool, a public swimming beach, a dog off-leash area, picnic spots and walking trails including a connection to the Waterfront Trail.

Ashbridges Bay Park

Ashbridges Bay Park, 1561 Lake Shore Boulevard East, Toronto, ON, Canada

Relax on the wide sandy beach, or enjoy a refreshing swim in Lake Ontario. Popular activities include picnicking, bird watching and hiking. Also features a skate park.

Riverdale Park West

Riverdale Park West, 375 Sumach Street, Toronto, ON, Canada

Amenities and features include a baseball diamond, a cricket pitch, a dogs off-leash area, a fieldhouse, picnic sites, a wading pool, and a bake oven. 

Chalkfarm Park

Chalkfarm Park, 2230 Jane Street, North York, ON, Canada

The park features tennis, bocce courts, bike trail and a splash pad. Connected to the park is the Chalkfarm Community Centre.

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