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Explore Moore Park, Old Toronto

Best things to do in Moore Park, Old Toronto

Discover the city according to locals. Find the best things to do, places to eat, and get priceless advice from the people who live here.

Cemetery
“Okay, this sounds like a joke, but it really isn't. Less than a 5 minute walk puts you in a tranquil setting with one of the most diverse collection of types/species of trees in Ontario. The roadways are a pleasant place to walk or ride a bike in the neighbourhood. I've always joked that while it's a final resting place for so many, it's completely filled with life: people jogging, walking, and biking. You will be surprised! A great place to be rejuvenated.”
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Grocery or Supermarket
“24 hour grocery store located right across from building. Very convenient and includes a great selection of wines and beers. ”
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Route
“A lovely trail that runs through the north part of the city (15 run from us), built on an old rail line. Good for walking or running. ”
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Route
“You’ll find an entrance to the nature trail running through the ravine of David A. Balfour Park by the playground located in the back of the eastern part of Rosehill Reservoir. It is a real treat to go down this trail as you quickly see the ravine closing on you and soon forget about the city.”
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Park
“A bit out of the city but the trails, fountains and views make it totally worth the visit.”
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Park
“Just around the corner from us, this lovely park offers both a playground and a walking path, as well as ample green space to run around. It is a connection point to the David Balfour Park Trail that can take you south to Evergreen Brick Works.”
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Park
“It is so peaceful and green. You can totally relax and unwind under a tree with a good book, and a snack.”
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Park
“Just a few streets away is a lovely playground/park and local tennis club. The wading pool is open from 10am-3pm for most of the summer and is a great spot for the kiddies to meet some local friends”
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Park
“Gorgeous nature trail, the whole trail takes about 2 1/2 - 3 hours to walk. stop by the evergreen brick works on your way through. I love their organic pops and sandwiches”
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Bakery
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Park
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Street Address
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Natural Feature
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Route
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