Humber Bay Park East And WestCurrently Open
- Address: 100 Humber Bay Park Rd W, Toronto, ON M8V 3X7, Canada
- Timings: 24-hrs Details
- Phone: +1-6478892905
- Ticket Price: Free
- Time Required: 02:00 Hrs
- Tags: Park, Family And Kids
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.
- Parking available.
- Washrooms available.
- No dogs allowed in the east section.
- Streetcar 301, 501; Bus 145 stop Lake Shore Blvd West at Park Lawn Rd.
- Drive to here.
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Beautiful spot of land to leave and enjoy a quiet moment to yourself or your partner / group. Multiple spots for small campfires, highly recommend to clean up after yourself if one does bring garbage or recyclable content. Bug Spray is a must Surprisingly the human traffic is very manageable considering the location with all the units around the corner. Seems like to many people love being glued inside their house.
Pretty big park, u can see people do bonfire (not sure if legally lol). Fairly quiet considering there's fairly number of people. Only downside is not a free parking. You have great view of Toronto's skyline from west facing east. Good for quick get away and have some peaceful time to yourself or with your partner.
A serene and beautiful park with amazing views of the city across the open water. Great variety of ponds, boardwalks, wildlands, paths, breaking wave rocky shorelines, a decent swimming beach and a butterfly habitat. Perfect spot for a picnic, open fields for throwing a Frisbee or kicking a ball around, shade and benches and picnic tables. I love this place 😊
This park offers a unique experience, with a marsh overlaid with pontoon bridges, allowing you to get close to wildlife and plants. A butterfly conservatory, the opportunity to walk right up to Lake Ontario, and a large, modern park with walkways and cycling paths are available as well.
Pretty nice Lake shore park with some easy trails for a walk, run and bike. Beach is also not bad for kids to play a bit with water (not much sand but little stones). Don't know it is good for group picnic though because I didn't see any area suitable for it because didn't visit the whole park.