Sugar Beach ParkCurrently Open
- Address: Sugar Beach Toronto, ON Canada
- Timings: 24-hrs Details
- Ticket Price: Free
- Time Required: 00:30 Mins
- Tags: Waterfront, Park, Family And Kids
Sugar Beach Park - Review
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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Things to Know Before Visiting Sugar Beach Park
2.76% of people who visit Toronto include Sugar Beach Park in their plan
12 PM - 1 PM
58.06% of people start their Sugar Beach Park visit around 12 PM - 1 PM
People usually take around 30 Minutes to see Sugar Beach Park
95% of people prefer to travel by car while visiting Sugar Beach Park
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Sugar Beach Park, Toronto Reviews
Great place to hangout. Feels like you are on a beach down in the Caribbean. Very comfortable Muskoka chairs, with a fixed umbrella. If you are lucky to get chairs with one. Nice to have Lunch there, Read, People watching, Sunbathing or have a Snooze. There are public washrooms nearby and a little water park for the kids.
Very nice artificial beach. It's best to arrive by foot or by bike, but there is paid parking very close by. It's a nice view of the Toronto islands, but you're sandwiched between Redpath Sugar and the college next door. Very nice and peaceful though, a great lunchtime escape within the city.
This is a great spot in the city to sit and relax. It is very close to the core but far enough away that the area is not super crowded. There is a water feature for kids to play in and a bunch of beach chairs for you to sit and relax on. It does get pretty crowded in the summer.
A scenic spot to cool off or work on your tan. The beach is free. Water and toilet facilities are on location. Relax on a bench and watch the sailboats go by. Entertainment and drinks may be offered in this area. There is a restaurant terrace. Ferry to the island is a short walk away.
Nice, sandy park with a view of the lake and Toronto island. Lounge chair and umbrellas provided free of charge. You can enjoy a book, the view or have lunch.