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High Park Toronto

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High Park
1873 Bloor Street West
Toronto
ON
M5H2N2
Tel: +1 416 392 7807

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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 zoo, playgrounds for children, a couple of eateries, greenhouses, picnic areas, a bunch of squirrels and various events throughout the year.
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    Huge and beautifully landscaped park. Lots of play area for the kids with the Mike Holmes designed play area. Many different areas to explore. Our favorite park in the city to just wonder and explore new areas. Mini zoo with cute animals to visit. The train ride is a must to see the beautiful scenery. Great for picnics.

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    This is a great area, one of the bigger insulated parks in the city. Try walking the trails from Bloor @ Parkside, or check out the off-leash area (even if you don't have a dog, watching them is interesting).

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    This park is massive with plenty of things to see and do. Great place for a long walk, to feed the ducks, have a lovely picnic and In the summer, you can even catch a Shakespeare in the Park production.

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    Big park. Cute zoo. Needs more walking paths away from the street, to get a break from the cars. Make sure to get off the subway at the east end of the High Park station to cross wide & busy Bloor St at the lights.

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    Very beautiful place to walk around. Also don't forget to have a lunch at the cute restaurant right in the centre of a parking lot.

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