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Parks & nature in Upper Beaches, Old Toronto

Park
“Fully fenced in, designated dog park on the beach with access to the water and small and large dog areas.”
43local recommendations
Library
“Very unique part of Toronto. The Beaches has just that, Beaches. This is to be enjoyed in the summer time of course. Beach Volley Ball and swimming are popular here. ”
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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”
19local recommendations
Other Great Outdoors
“Enter off Kingston and walk down to Queen. Then stroll Queen Street for shopping or walk a bit further for a day at the beach! Be prepared for a lot of stairs down :)”
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Park
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Other Great Outdoors
“A beautiful ravine park in the heart of the Beach village immediately off Queen St. ”
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Beach
“The Leuty Lifeguard Station has been an icon in this neighborhood for years. It was almost washed away with the record high lake levels this year.”
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Park
“Just around the corner, this park isn't designated off-leash however, many dog owners take their dogs here to play. ”
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Park
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Park
“This park has a small fully-fenced in off-leash area next to a playground, with gravel ground cover. ”
1local recommendations
Park
“Waterfront trail starts here. Go for miles along lake Ontario or right into Downtown. Or just walk the Boardwalk. Great playground for kids and families. ”
2local recommendations
Community Center
“A place to take your kids for swimming, or drop-in activities. Calendar can be checked on their website.”
1local recommendations
Club House
“A fantastic and quaint beach right by the water. Excellent views of the city and the water. Highly recommended.”
1local recommendations
Park
“Sun,surf,and a view of the city. This park is very beautiful and in the summer especially. In the winter the winds can be strong so I recommend bundling up. If you do not like dogs, this area is not good for you. There are a lot of people that walk their dogs here, some even off leash. ”
1local recommendations