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Parks und Natur in Toronto

Erstklassige Parks

Park
“High Park is a huge green space with sunken gardens, hanging basket gardens, nature trails, natural ponds, and streams. Perfect for an afternoon picnic!”
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Park
“Take a day trip out to Toronto Islands. Take the ferry across Lake Ontario a short distance to Centre Island. Here you will find beaches, parks, take a canoe out on the lake, have a BBQ and more! Great for the family or group!”
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Park
“Cute park with tennis courts, hippies and dog lovers! Grab a treat at the local bakeries (nadège or sud forno) and stroll through this lively place. ”
  • 416 Einheimischen empfohlen
Park
“Features six greenhouses comprising over 16,000 square feet of colourful seasonal plants which supplement the permanent plant collection. ”
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Park
“One of the loveliest sky lines and walks leading to avenue and bloor. Stop and have an ice cream or enjoy little Korea for fruits and other treats ”
  • 126 Einheimischen empfohlen
Farm
“An authentic 1850's farm in downtown Toronto. Get in touch with Canada's rural heritage at the farm located on the eastern edge of Cabbagetown. It's free and there is a farmers market every Tuesday!”
  • 137 Einheimischen empfohlen
Park
“Good for a summer picnic with friends and family, a beautiful park with nice view of the lake”
  • 59 Einheimischen empfohlen
Park
“Great all year round community park. Farmers market, food gardens, children's play ground, skating, sports, fire pits. Fun!”
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Spielplätze

Theme Park
“Breathtaking views of the lake, and winding trails for a nice walk! Catch the sunset, or bring a champagne bottle and snacks while enjoying.the sight of swans, waves and stars. ”
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Playground
“small Park, with shade. south side of Danforth ; 2 blocks west of Woodbine. Farmers Market - from June to October - Thursdays”
  • 19 Einheimischen empfohlen
Garten
“A walking distance 2.9km from our park along the Humber river. Scenic park featuring gardens, paths, a gazebo, lawn bowling & more.”
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Playground
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Baseball Field
“This 9 hectare park on Eglinton Avenue West just west of Yonge Street features five multipurpose sports fields, four tennis courts, two ball diamonds, a children's playground and a wading pool. In the winter months there are two artificial ice rinks. Eglinton Park wading pool is the centrepiece of a remarkable play area. Adjacent to the wading pool is the large playground, several soccer fields, baseball/softball diamonds, and public bathrooms. Free parking can be found on the side streets or for a small nominal fee there is ample parking underground located at North Toronto Memorial Community Centre. The wading pool is a short walk away.”
  • 4 Einheimischen empfohlen
Playground
“A 1.5 hectare park features a dog off-leash area, three bocce courts, a wading pool and a children's playground, green space with seating for picnics.”
  • 10 Einheimischen empfohlen
Playground
“Rosedale is the most prestigious and wealthy downtown neighborhood in Toronto. It is full of grand Victorian homes and lush green spaces. ”
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Park
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Strände

Beach
“Very beautiful with beaches. Summertime would be the only time you’d wanna visit:P Ferry or taxi boat to get too and from*”
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Beach
“The largest and main beach of Toronto is a must-enjoy part of the city in the summer months. Only a 10 minute stroll down to the boardwalk, it is the perfect no-fuss place for the entire family to soak in the sun. There is a bike path from Lakeshore Blvd for our friends on wheels, as well as designated bbq areas and public grills, public outdoor pool,l volleyball nets- fun for all! This is also one of the city's main location for fireworks display during holidays!”
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Park
“Good for a summer picnic with friends and family, a beautiful park with nice view of the lake”
  • 59 Einheimischen empfohlen
Beach
“Peaceful place to enjoy the lake. It is a small man-made beach. There tend to be less crowd here. Great resting spot along the Toronto waterfront. ”
  • 87 Einheimischen empfohlen
Beach
“Located on the north shore of the Outer Harbour at the foot of Cherry Street. The park features dog off-leash area, ample parking is located on the Martin Goodman Trail and receives TTC bus service during the summer season. The west side of the beach is popular with kite boarders.”
  • 68 Einheimischen empfohlen
Beach
“Cool spot, with plenty of active things for those with fitness on the mind!”
  • 56 Einheimischen empfohlen
Park
“The most beach volleyball courts in one location in all of North America. Over 100 volleyball courts, swimming in Lake Ontario, large outdoor pool, and nice nature walks. ”
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Park
“Another awesome man-made beach with yellow umbrellas to relax under in the summer heat! ”
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Wanderwege

Wanderweg
“A great park to go for a tour and find out more about Maple Syrup, a Canadian icon.”
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Wanderweg
“Take a hike up the “rouge mountain” to see the entire eastern half of the city ”
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Wanderweg
“This trail starts 5 minutes away and continues/continues to downtown and throughout the entire city.”
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Wanderweg
“With high end retailers in big beautiful and clean shops this may be the Fifth Ave of Toronto (hate making NY comparisons!). This is the grown up and got a great job version of its parallel Queen West's young and kinda profess vibe. Don't get me wrong. I prefer Queen West for its small cool shops but you can't deny the beauty of Hermes next to Mikimoto as side eyes Holt's. ”
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Wanderweg
“Take a drive along the prettiest road in the city and hit Toronto Necropolis Cemetry and Riverdale Farm while you're there. Greektown is close by as well. Go for Retsina and souvlaki at Ouzeri's on the Danforth”
  • 4 Einheimischen empfohlen
Wanderweg
“Walk, jog or cycle along the Gus Harris Trail in Warden Woods and enjoy a quiet ravine forest and the Taylor-Massey Creek. The park entrance is located at the corner of St. Clair and Warden Avenue across the street from the Warden subway station.”
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Wanderweg
“This is a really hidden gem. A local hiking/mountain biking trail referred to locally as 'K2'. At the top of the upper trailhead, down the Sun Valley, you can see the CN Tower and the Financial District.”
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