Scarborough Bluffs, Toronto
About Scarborough Bluffs, Toronto
Scarborough Bluffs, Toronto - Address
Address: 61 Under Cliff Dr, Scarborough, ON M1N 3Z5, Canada
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Though these 90 metre high sand cliff escarpments formed from erosion stretch for more than fifteen kilometres, the best place to appreciate them is from the parklands stretching from Bluffers Park, to Bluffers Sand Beach, to Cathedral Hill Lookout, to Scarborough Bluffs Park and ending at Scarborough Heights Park. You can take the lovely walking trail that takes you through meadows of grass and wildflowers and sweeping views of the lake. The bright greens striking a photogenic contrast against blue skies. Dogs on leash are allowed. The best times to visit are during sunrise, sunset, or even during full moon nights.
Highlights along the bluff area, in sequence from the north to the south include:
- East Point Park
- Guild Park and Gardens
- South Marine Drive Park
- Sylvan Park and Gates Gully
- The Passage sculpture
- Cudia Park
- Cathedral Bluffs Park
- Bluffer's Park Beach
- Scarborough Bluffs Park Beach
- Bluffers Park
- Bluffers Sand Beach
- Scarborough Bluffs Park
- Rosetta McClain Gardens
Drinking fountains, picnic shelters, benches and washrooms facilities may be found at various locations.
Scarborough Bluffs Information
- Stay behind the fences where there is fencing.
- Lots of free parking available.
Scarborough Bluffs Opening and Closing Hours
- Some areas of the trail might have their own closing hours.
How To reach Scarborough Bluffs by Public Transport
- Bus 12 and 302 stop Kingston Rd at Ridgemoor Ave.
- Scarborough GO Train station.
- Drive to here.
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I love this place there is a beach or u could walk or even bike. There is something for everyone! In summer I went there It was so fun I got to take lovely photos!
I absolutely love this park I've been going here for 10 years it's a small park but great for BBQ and doing other activities there there is two beeches and 2 parks both small but great. The only thing I dislike about the park is the parking it's a small parking lot and if you do want to get a good parking space or A parking space you can come early. I usually come When the sun is setting because all the families would be leaving and I could get a parking space. It is a very clean park no trash on the ground or in the lake. I would highly recommend this park.
Beautiful, well kept park with a splash pad, playground and a beautiful view from the top of the bluffs. There is NO ACCESS from this park to the beach at the bottom of the bluffs. People try to climb the bluffs every year and have to be rescued by Fire and Rescue, who have to repel down to save you. Then they hand you a $5,000 bill for your rescue because you did something stupid and waste Fire/Rescue's time and resources.
Staying in Toronto how did I miss such a beautiful spot.Great view with Sun sand trees and water.will deginetly visit again.stay away from the cliff and do not yresspass the boundary as it's dangerous
Beautiful place to visit! I highly recommend you to come here to take pictures and have a walk with your family.
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