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Parks & nature in Midtown Toronto, Old Toronto

Park
“Another huge park just a couple blocks north! Basketball, playground, baseball, big pool, ice rink. Coffee shops & an ice cream store just nearby!”
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Event Space
“This used to be a Streetcar barn and has been converted into multi use community space. Interesting and inspiring to visit. Saturday farmers market, kids playground & splash zone, dog park, volleyball court, artist studios and food activist cafe, gardens and programming. ”
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Park
“Another excellent walking/ biking/ running trail that parallels the Don Valley roadway. When you enter these trails, you will feel like you have entered a different, more tranquil world, yet you're literally behind the City. ”
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Park
“An event space/museum gathering place. Host a lot of festivals. Check their site for event schedule.”
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Park
“This park is awesome to picnic in! There are tennis courts, a baseball diamond and a kids play area too. ”
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Park
“Village of Yorkville Park is the perfect green space in the heart of Toronto's trendiest neighbourhood. Born from an international design competition, the park celebrates the history of the area, while reflecting the diversity of the Canadian landscape. Escape the hustle and bustle with this intimate garden and masterpiece of landscape architecture.”
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Park
“Ramsden Park, one of the city's largest urban parks has a large dog off-leash area, baseball diamond, two playgrounds and a wading pool. There is also a large outdoor rink, which doubles as a tennis court in the summer.”
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Park
“Walk south from Bloor Street all the way to Queen taking the slow lane - through the parks and University of Toronto Campus”
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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.”
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Park
“Check out this beautiful park in the middle of the city with bike paths and trees everywhere! Just to the South of it is the Queen's Park parliament building where our provincial government debates laws and issues in the city. ”
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Park
“A small park near Dupont Street and Bathurst Street that features a children's playground and open green space. ”
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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.”
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Playground
“Rosedale, Forest Hill are Lawrence Park are the most affluent neighbourhood in Toronto. Nice for walking.”
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Garden
“You can not imagine how beautiful this garden is. Flowers that you can't find in other gardens. ”
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Park
“If you are at the top of Casa Loma, walk north (away from the city) and you will come to the park. This too has a lovely view of the city. There are tennis courts, playground, dog park, walking/jogging circle, biking trail, nature trail and is connected to a trail that crosses the upper areas of Toronto.”
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Park
“Great biking/hiking/jogging trail through a bright and safe wooded area. There is also tennis courts, children's play equipment and a splash pad that's open during the summer months.”
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