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Parks & nature in Ashbridges Bay

Beach
“Stretching along the waterfront for three kilometers, Woodbine beach has a variety of activities for every beach-goer. From the popular Boardwalk Pub to the beachside Tiki-hut you will never go hungry or be thirsty during your day at the beach. There are no lockers but there are washrooms and change rooms near the volleyball courts.”
122 locals recommend
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. ”
45 locals recommend
Park
“This great park hosts many summer events including the Food Truck Festival, Ribfest, Woofstock, Jazz Festival etc.”
24 locals recommend
Pool
“There are multiple free public swimming pools and playgrounds within walking distance. ”
7 locals recommend
Park
“You can hike or bike along the Leslie 'spit' out to Toronto islands and get the best views of the city. ”
4 locals recommend
Park
“It's still hard to believe that Toronto has a beach like this, and so close to the city centre too. Hop on the Queen streetcar or drive east on Lakeshore to get to this massive beach park filled with volleyball nets, a wooden boardwalk, barbecue spots, and tons of hidden nooks to discover and spend the day at.”
1 local recommends
Park
“Great mix of meat, cheese, produce, and prepared food vendors. Everyone is friendly and proud of their products and take the time to explain where they come from. Sundays in the summer. 9am-2pm”
3 locals recommend
Park
“10 minute walk. If you board, or if you have kids with skateboards or scooters, a trip to this skate park is a must. Arguably one of the best skate parks in the Country, yet alone Toronto, including a 10 foot bowl. FREE!”
1 local recommends