Attractions & things to do for the kids in your life

Leisure parks

NATURE'S CALL: Leisure parks

In this section, you'll find the leisure parks which did not fit in the other park categories (not a provincial park nor a conservation area, not by a subway station and no pond). But each one has something different to offer.

Biking in Ashbridges Bay Park
Toronto (4 - 16 years old) FREE
Biking in Leslie Spit
Toronto (4 - 16 years old) FREE
Budapest Park
Toronto (2 - 9 years old) FREE
Canoe Landing
Toronto (2 - 16 years old) FREE
Cedarvale Park
Toronto (4 - 16 years old) FREE
Centre Island
Toronto (2 - 16 years old)
Chorley Park
Toronto (4 - 16 years old) FREE
Christie Pits Park
(2 - 16 years old) FREE
Coronation Park
Oakville (2 - 12 years old) FREE
Downsview Park
North York (4 - 16 years old) FREE
Grange Park
Toronto (2 - 12 years old) FREE
High Park
Toronto (2 - 16 years old) FREE
Humber Arboretum
Etobicoke (2 - 16 years old) FREE
Humber Bay Park
Etobicoke (2 - 16 years old) FREE
Jack Darling Park
Mississauga (2 - 16 years old) FREE
James Gardens
Etobicoke (2 - 16 years old) FREE
Joel Weeks Park
Toronto (2 - 16 years old) FREE
Kew Gardens
Toronto (2 - 12 years old) FREE
Lakeside Festival of Lights in Burlington
Burlington (2 - 16 years old) FREE
Lambton Woods
Etobicoke (4 - 16 years old) FREE
Little Norway Park
Toronto (2 - 12 years old) FREE
Mill Pond Park
Richmond Hill (2 - 16 years old) FREE
Pumpkin Parade in Sorauren Park
Toronto (2 - 16 years old) FREE
Regent Park
Toronto (2 - 16 years old) FREE
Royal Botanical Gardens
Burlington (2 - 16 years old)
Shell Park
Oakville (6 - 16 years old) FREE
Sir Casimir Gzowski Park
Toronto (2 - 12 years old) FREE
Stan Wadlow Park
Toronto (4 - 16 years old) FREE
Thomson Memorial Park
Scarborough (2 - 12 years old) FREE
Toronto Botanical Garden
North York (2 - 16 years old) FREE
Toronto Islands
Toronto Islands (2 - 16 years old)
Trinity-Bellwoods Park
Toronto (2 - 16 years old) FREE
Village of Yorkville Park
Toronto (2 - 16 years old) FREE
Wellesley Park
Toronto (2 - 16 years old) FREE

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Nathalie's tips for a smooth outing

Let them play with sticks! Don’t worry about them getting dirty (bring extra clothes). In the summer, always have bathing suits handy when you’re doing a nature outing. You might discover a great swim hole (or a spray pad) along the way.

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