Attractions & things to do for the kids in your life

Rosehill Reservoir (Toronto)

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A moment of reflection

The cluster of reflecting pools on the western part of Rosehill Reservoir is big enough to show on a city map! I thought it was a surprising sight, with its little bridges and big molecule-shaped sculpture, framed by high-rises. Behind the slope in the back of the eastern part of the field, you'll find a pretty playground and, a bit further, the entrance to the nature trail running through the ravine of David A. Balfour Park. 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 life.

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