Trinity Bellwoods Park
A 14.6 hectare park on Queen Street West at Strachan Avenue once the home of University of Trinity College (Trinity College). The park sits atop the now buried Garrison Creek and features three ball diamonds, eight tennis courts, two volleyball courts, an artificial ice rink, a dog off-leash area, a…
Trinity Bellwoods is definitely one of the hippest neighbourhoods in Toronto. It combines the best of Queen West and Dundas Wesy. You’ll catch all of the coolest people in town lounging in the grass, and once you leave its sunny slopes there’s so much to do in the area too. Ossington Avenue is…
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.
Bustling with people on slack lines in the summer and sleds in the winter. Fitted with a dog pit, playgrounds, community centre, and more! Also sits beside famous Queen Street West where there are a ton of cafes and boutique shops.
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“Great food, trendy establishment, fantastic rooftop patio (in the summer) and a fun night out. ”
“Made Toronto craft beer famous. It’s usually pretty busy but the bottle shop is always open! ”
“Beautiful gallery. You could spend a day here. Great shop for gifts and multiple collections of Canadian and International art. Don't miss the Italian Room and the Henry Moore sculpture!”
“For those with a sweet tooth - some of the city’s best pastries and desserts 🧁 ”
“Pay a visit in the springtime when the Cherry Blossoms are in bloom, and you're likely to see thousands of photographers capturing the scene for posterity. Toronto's High Park is somewhat analogous to New York City's Central Park, but built to scale. The celebrated 136-year-old greenspace is one of Toronto's largest and oldest parks, occupying 400 acres that include extensive hiking trails, a museum, a zoo and one of the city's most beloved playgrounds. It's easy to feel like you might be lost in High Park, a welcome experience when you're otherwise surrounded by concrete and following a grid. ”