Parks & Pathways

Toronto Waterfront Trail
Explore Toronto’s Harbour on the Redpath Waterfront Trail

Formerly known as the Redpath Waterfront Festival, this year things look a little different. Instead, you can stroll the Redpath Waterfront Trail at Toronto’s waterfront for two weeks at your leisure and take your imagination for a walk. The trail spans from Lower Sherbourne to Lower Spadina with unique Augmented
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Centreville Amusement Park Welcomes You To The Toronto Islands

There’s still time to visit Centreville Amusement Park this summer! There is over 20 acres of space to enjoy, located a short ferry ride across the Toronto Harbour. Things look different this year in order to comply with COVID-19 protocols and a safety plan is in place to keep guests
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Parks & Pathways in Toronto
The Best Parks and Pathways for Hiking in Toronto

Toronto has some of the best parks and pathways that are easily accessible despite being a sprawling urban metropolis! The GTA is home to extensive trail networks that offer a variety of trail types and experiences. There are multi-use trails, natural trails, discovery walks and hundreds of wonderful parks to
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Shadowland Theatre's Home Follies
Shadowland Theatre’s Home Follies

Shadowland Theatre’s Home Follies entertains families this summer with their spectacular pageant performance that travels through parks. With giant puppetry, stilt-walkers and live music, they tell a story of challenge and adversity, revival and celebration. A post-show period will allow for audiences to take photos with the characters, talk to
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Roller Skating Is Having a Retro Resurgence!

Dust off those old quad skates hidden deep in storage – roller skating is back! Rolling around in vintage roller skates and in-line skates is the hip recreational activity this summer, whether you’re a newbie or want to show off your old-school moves to your kids. Check out our list
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Our Guide to City-Run Splash Pads in Toronto *Updated and Expanded for 2021

Splash pads are the height of easy, free summer fun. They’re typically water play areas in a park and near a playground, and they offer parents a way to supervise their kids having fun while being safe. Don’t forget your sunscreen and bring your own towels and chairs! There are
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Railway Museum Mini Train
Roundhouse Park is a Historical Break from the Concrete Jungle

Tucked away amongst the recently-built skyscrapers of Bremner Boulevard and the South Core condos, and encircled by well-known tourism venues (CN Tower, Ripley’s Aquarium and the Rogers Centre) and the buzz of the Gardiner Expressway, there is a charming piece of Toronto’s past where you can take a break and
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Guide to Toronto’s Best Public Outdoor Pools 2021

Summertime is fleeting in Toronto and, although the city has beautiful Lake Ontario beaches, the water is cold even during a heat wave. So we turn to the plentiful public neighbourhood pools run by the City of Toronto. There are 58 spread all over the megacity (you can see the
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GTA Bike Skateboard Parks
Bike and Skateboard Parks in Toronto **Updated for 2021

If your child or teen is ready to move beyond the sidewalk, bike and skateboard parks offer a unique challenge! Toronto has lots of great options, both indoor and outdoor. There is something for all ages and abilities! So pack up your bike and skateboard and go enjoy some adventure,
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A Taste of Farm Life at Riverdale Farm

Riverdale Farm makes it feel like you’re actually in the country, instead of in the heart of Toronto. Get a taste of farm life on their beautiful 7.5 acre property, which boasts impressive gardens and adorable animals like horses, goats and chickens. Stop to smell the flowers along the way,
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