Sugar Beach Park, Toronto
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Address: Sugar Beach Toronto, ON Canada
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Calling this place a beach is a bit misleading. Yes, there is sand, but there is no means of wading or swimming into the lake. It functions a lot more as a waterfront hangout, with benches, chairs and standing umbrellas laid out invitingly along the water, calling to you to relax and unwind. It’s a really tiny beach, which makes it charming. Events are sometimes held at the small park plaza. Kids like the splash pool.
How To reach Sugar Beach Park by Public Transport
- Bus 6, 72 stop Queens Quay East at Lower Jarvis St West Side.
- Bus 75 stop Lower Jarvis St at Lake Shore Blvd East.
- Streetcar 304, 504, 514; Bus 503 stop King St East at Church St.
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Sugar beach is across the street from Toronto star building where I work. Nice beach, they setup the beach chairs under big umbrella shades. Good place to relax, great view and boardwalk behind George Brown college. This beach does not have swim area. Enjoy this beach while visit the central island.
great spot to hang out, chill and relax, read a book, meet some friends or just enjoy the sun and tan. You get a nice perspective and view on the city at night and it is even more impressive when there is a huge ship docked right there at Redpath Sugar. Also Sugar Beach Park is the location of the annual sail-in cinema which is an incredible event and is worth checking out!
Sugar beach park is located on the waterfront in Toronto. The beach park is located within a short walking distance of st-lawrence market and the Hockey Hall of Fame. While there is no immediate parking at the beach there is ample parking at many of the other attractions in the area and the beach is a very short walk from any of those attractions. The beach is very nice for a leisurely afternoon of people watching as boats pass on the lake and in taking in the sights and sounds of the area.
Pretty, modern, man-made beach with sugar crystal-like sand. Perfect for tanning but you cannot go into the water here. Located beside the Red Path sugar refinery so does not offer great views.
Really cool beach in a unique spot in the city. Great seating with the odd view of the nearby sugar mill or the island. Some rocks for kids to climb. Gets busy during its mini summer movie festival. Can be hard by transit.
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