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High Park

High Park

1873 Bloor St W, Toronto, Ontario
http://www.highparktoronto.com/

High Park is Toronto's largest public park featuring many hiking trails, sports facilities, diverse vegetation, a beautiful lakefront, convenient parking, easy public transit access, a dog park, a zoo, playgrounds for children, a couple of eateries, greenhouses, picnic areas, a bunch of squirrels and various events throughout the year.

NEWS FEED
  • Natural Beauty
    guestBook Guestbook/ TsionA/ Sep 21, 2016

    My favourite season to spend in High Park is summer (also my favourite season of all). The size of High Park still amazes me and I have not yet explored all the areas within it! I had the privilege to live within less than a 10 minute walk from this grand park and I loved escaping my busy days and wondering through the park for hours. It's rare that I get to go out of the city, I'm grateful for this park for giving me the feeling of being far away in nature without the need to drive for hours. I'm not a runner (yet) so I prefer to stroll the many trails that lead to calming ponds, open green spaces and so much more. Laying under the shade of a tree, breathing the fresh air nature give us, all while I hear serene sounds of water. Great way to unload and recharge!

  • Family Picnic
    guestBook Guestbook/ Areesha/ Feb 15, 2015 Family Picnic

    It was just another weekend out with my family, obeying out old tradition of going out every weekend. This one started off a bit weirdly. we were sitting at home, and I suddenly had this weird craving for Chinese food. And somehow, we ended up at high park as a result of out attempt of finding a good chinese restaurant. Well, this wasn't the first time that happened, because living in a country where there's so much potential and so many possibilities, there's never "nothing to do". And hands down, I can say with complete honesty, that I live in the absolute best country in the world. Lucky me.

  • Explore150 photoSpot Snapshot/ krystalfyre/ Jan 20, 2015
  • Park I visit the most
    guestBook Guestbook/ KIMMY2687/ Jan 17, 2015 Park I visit the most

    The park I visit the most. I go here most not only for the beauty of the park but also the attractions that they have, Which provide enjoyment.

  • Doggy Duet
    guestBook Guestbook/ SefiSloman/ Dec 13, 2014 Doggy Duet

    My name is Sefi Sloman, I'm 18 years old, my community is North York, Toronto, ON. I personally find that whenever I visit the states, people aren't as dog friendly as I'm used to in Canada. I rarely see big beautiful and inviting parks, let alone one's which allow dogs. My wheaten terrier is now 5 years old: In this photo she was only 2 months. My dog Maybei has stuck by me through some tough times and continues to be one of my most trusted friends. This photo, taken at High Park, Toronto, Ontario was Maybei's first time playing with another dog. Whenever I visit High Park since this, I'm reminded of how much I love my dog, and how grateful I am that Canada is so dog friendly with numerous parks and green spaces.

  • Strong and Free
    guestBook Guestbook/ krystalfyre/ Nov 21, 2014 Strong and Free

    Nature has always been a significant constant in my life, in which I can relax and enjoy the beauty of the world. I love photography nature especially, as I have the opportunity to see through different perspectives. I took this candid shot in High Park, Toronto, which showcases a man sitting near a tree in the fall. I love every aspect of Autumn and it's my favourite season to photograph. The fallen maple leaves remind us of our nationality, of the leaf on our Canadian Flag. Being a Canadian gives me the privilege to enjoy my fully enjoy my surroundings and I always embrace the beauty I see.

    Genevieve Wakutz, 19. I currently live in Toronto, Ontario during the school year but am from Elmira, Ontario.

  • Explore150 photoSpot Snapshot/ kanakana/ Oct 14, 2014
  • Explore150 photoSpot Snapshot/ mfurdyk/ Oct 2, 2014
  • Explore150 photoSpot Snapshot/ wildcherry/ Aug 19, 2014
  • Swan and Their Nest
    guestBook Guestbook/ TDSB_mendoza/ May 4, 2014

    The very definition of teamwork

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High Park

High Park

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There is stone monument within the park. Who was buried within the park?

John A. MacDonald John G. Howard and his wife John Lennon
NEWS FEED
  • Natural Beauty
    guestBook Guestbook/ TsionA/ Sep 21, 2016

    My favourite season to spend in High Park is summer (also my favourite season of all). The size of High Park still amazes me and I have not yet explored all the areas within it! I had the privilege to live within less than a 10 minute walk from this grand park and I loved escaping my busy days and wondering through the park for hours. It's rare that I get to go out of the city, I'm grateful for this park for giving me the feeling of being far away in nature without the need to drive for hours. I'm not a runner (yet) so I prefer to stroll the many trails that lead to calming ponds, open green spaces and so much more. Laying under the shade of a tree, breathing the fresh air nature give us, all while I hear serene sounds of water. Great way to unload and recharge!

  • Family Picnic
    guestBook Guestbook/ Areesha/ Feb 15, 2015 Family Picnic

    It was just another weekend out with my family, obeying out old tradition of going out every weekend. This one started off a bit weirdly. we were sitting at home, and I suddenly had this weird craving for Chinese food. And somehow, we ended up at high park as a result of out attempt of finding a good chinese restaurant. Well, this wasn't the first time that happened, because living in a country where there's so much potential and so many possibilities, there's never "nothing to do". And hands down, I can say with complete honesty, that I live in the absolute best country in the world. Lucky me.

  • Explore150 photoSpot Snapshot/ krystalfyre/ Jan 20, 2015
  • Park I visit the most
    guestBook Guestbook/ KIMMY2687/ Jan 17, 2015 Park I visit the most

    The park I visit the most. I go here most not only for the beauty of the park but also the attractions that they have, Which provide enjoyment.

  • Doggy Duet
    guestBook Guestbook/ SefiSloman/ Dec 13, 2014 Doggy Duet

    My name is Sefi Sloman, I'm 18 years old, my community is North York, Toronto, ON. I personally find that whenever I visit the states, people aren't as dog friendly as I'm used to in Canada. I rarely see big beautiful and inviting parks, let alone one's which allow dogs. My wheaten terrier is now 5 years old: In this photo she was only 2 months. My dog Maybei has stuck by me through some tough times and continues to be one of my most trusted friends. This photo, taken at High Park, Toronto, Ontario was Maybei's first time playing with another dog. Whenever I visit High Park since this, I'm reminded of how much I love my dog, and how grateful I am that Canada is so dog friendly with numerous parks and green spaces.

  • Strong and Free
    guestBook Guestbook/ krystalfyre/ Nov 21, 2014 Strong and Free

    Nature has always been a significant constant in my life, in which I can relax and enjoy the beauty of the world. I love photography nature especially, as I have the opportunity to see through different perspectives. I took this candid shot in High Park, Toronto, which showcases a man sitting near a tree in the fall. I love every aspect of Autumn and it's my favourite season to photograph. The fallen maple leaves remind us of our nationality, of the leaf on our Canadian Flag. Being a Canadian gives me the privilege to enjoy my fully enjoy my surroundings and I always embrace the beauty I see.

    Genevieve Wakutz, 19. I currently live in Toronto, Ontario during the school year but am from Elmira, Ontario.

  • Explore150 photoSpot Snapshot/ kanakana/ Oct 14, 2014
  • Explore150 photoSpot Snapshot/ mfurdyk/ Oct 2, 2014
  • Explore150 photoSpot Snapshot/ wildcherry/ Aug 19, 2014
  • Swan and Their Nest
    guestBook Guestbook/ TDSB_mendoza/ May 4, 2014

    The very definition of teamwork

High Park is Toronto's largest public park featuring many hiking trails, sports facilities, diverse vegetation, a beautiful lakefront, convenient parking, easy public transit access, a dog park, a zoo, playgrounds for children, a couple of eateries, greenhouses, picnic areas, a bunch of squirrels and various events throughout the year.

1873 Bloor St W, Toronto, Ontario
http://www.highparktoronto.com/
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