High Park

1873 Bloor St. W (at Parkside Dr.)
Toronto, ON M6R 2Z3
(416) 338-0338


  • Go to the free zoo in the middle of High Park. Find the llamas who tried to make a run for it August 2009.
  • The city's largest, High Park has everything from an outdoor pool to a restaurant...even a zoo! The fenced-in off-leash trails are doggie heaven. The best secret?Shakespeare with wine & cheese.
  • Incredible views! Great place for hiking or biking, or a picnic with the family,
  • The best park in Toronto. Great place to relax and free your mind. Nature at its best.
  • A gray walking trail
  • There's nothing like spending a relaxing afternoon walking through the park with camera in hand. Always something interesting to see and photograph.
  • Does anyone know about the labyrinth located at Hawk Hill ?
  • Free Shakespeare performances during the summer, great park!
  • Make sure you park in a designated parking spot as the ticket is $105
  • Great views and trails, a pretty lake and a little zoo
  • Beautiful fall colors within city limits.
  • High park is amazing. Go early to get a good parking spot. Worth the trip if you've never been here and you live in Toronto. Make it a full day experience and explore Runnymede Village as well!
  • Best location if you want to relax with a few friends and take in the warm weather and nature
  • Beautiful park. Best to come here on non-hollidays to enjoy the scenery.
  • Hype Park very nice place to walk.
  • Ideal for a sunny day. The best thing of high park is Shakespear on the Park.
  • I had a very peaceful and relaxing day out here last year. Made sure to take my shisha with me. Nice place to relax.
  • Beautiful cherry blossoms
  • You obviously love green space. Come and support Earth Day Canadas year-round reward, recognition and education programs at our Gala at The Drake Hotel on June 6 http://bit.ly/KSVhVK
  • Great dog park

Nearby places

Deer Pen Rd. (at Parkside Rd.)
West Rd. (at Colborne Lodge Dr.)