Humber Bay Park East And West, Toronto

Humber Bay Park East And West - A Quick Overview

Address: 100 Humber Bay Park Rd W, Toronto, ON M8V 3X7, Canada

Phone: +1-6478892905

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About Humber Bay Park East And West, Toronto

This is a rather curious attraction on Lake Shore Boulevard West, just beyond the Consulate General of Ukraine. The park consists of two landspits cleaved into east and west sections by the waters of the lake. The west section is good for dog walking, birdwatching, and hiking - simple but profound pleasures. The east section is similar but for the additional feature of being a Butterfly Habitat. There are also picnic tables, trails and a beachfront. A pier for fishing extends out into the lake. The East park also has a memorial to the victims of the bombing of Air India Flight 182.

Humber Bay Park East And West Information

  • Parking available.
  • Washrooms available.
  • No dogs allowed in the east section.

How To reach Humber Bay Park East And West by Public Transport

  • Streetcar 301, 501; Bus 145 stop Lake Shore Blvd West at Park Lawn Rd.
  • Drive to here.

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Humber Bay Park East And West, Toronto Reviews

  • Great scenery and wildlife. Small docking area just past the parking is great for skating, when the weather is cold. Nice places to sit with scenic views. Small stream add to the ambience if the park and hushs the bustle of the city.

  • Really nice place for a walk in the winter. Nice views of Toronto

  • The butterfly garden is a really nice quiet place. When you go out far enough it's such a nice, easily accessible escape! Great skyline views as well

  • Fantastic spot during warmer months to take a stroll either alone or with loved ones. Lots of ducks and geese to admire. Great views of the city skyline as well. Easily accessible via TTC.

  • Love all the trails and being so close to the lake! The butterfly habitat is beautiful and there are some great places to dip your toes in the water.

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