Attractions

High Park Toronto

High Park is Toronto’s largest public park featuring many hiking trails, sports facilities, diverse vegetation, a beautiful lakefront, convenient parking, easy public transit access, a dog park, a zooplaygrounds for children, a couple of eateries, greenhouses, picnic areas, a bunch of squirrels and various events throughout the year.

On this website you can find information about High Park to help you plan your visit and to learn what makes this beautiful park a true gem in the Southwestern part of Toronto. You can also view pictures of the park either on the photo gallery page or using the image slideshows located on every page.

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Ask and answer questions, read reviews and post your comments on the High Park forum pages.

Cherry blossoms »

High Park is home to a many cherry trees, called Sakura trees, that bloom in April or May – depending on weather. The beautiful white and pink cherry blossoms attract thousands of visitors to the park each year.

Gardens & Nature »

From wild forests to the Chinese gardens High Park has a truly genuine and beautiful vegetation – well taken care of by the city. Regardless of when you visit the gardens are always beautiful.

Waterfront »

A walk along the Grenadier Pond on the west side of High Park will make you forget you are in the largest city in Canada. You will find ducks, geese and hiking trails by the lakeside. A popular destination by runners, hikers and families alike.

Off leash dog park »

The park has a designated off-leash area for dogs and several paths where dogs are allowed to run free. While the dog park is not completely fenced in it is surrounded by natural borders such as thick bushes and trees.

Zoo »

The mini-zoo at High Park has llamas, buffalo, bison, deer, peacocks and a few other animals including cats and pigeons:) The zoo is open from 7am until dusk. Free admission.

Sports »

Tennis courts, baseball diamonds and soccer fields are all present inside the park but many other sports can be played on the large grassy fields.

Adventure Park »

The Jamie Bell Adventure Playground is a large, unique play area designed in part by children. Make sure to include a visit to this adventure park this summer with your kids!

Picnic Areas »

The 18 designated picnic areas seat hundreds of people. Reservation required for larger groups.

 

 

What can you do in Toronto’s High Park?

The short answer is that you can do pretty much everything that can be done in most large parks:) High Park’s 399 acres in the middle of Toronto is an excellent getaway for children and adults of all ages. There are many designated children’s playgrounds, sports facilities, 18 picnic areas, hiking trails, large green spaces, waterfront trails, benches galore and the list goes on and on.

If you need additional information about High Park please call the City of Toronto Customer Service Centre at 416-338-0338.

This website is maintained independently and it is not affiliated in any way with the City of Toronto or other High Park related groups. For more information you may visit the official City of Toronto website pages about High Park.

Event Location

High Park, Bloor Street West, Toronto, ON, Canada

Event Date

Sat, 01 July, 2017, 9:00 am

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