Trinity Bellwoods Park, Toronto
About Trinity Bellwoods Park, Toronto
Trinity Bellwoods Park, Toronto - Address
Address: 790 Queen St W, Toronto, ON M6J 1G3, Canada
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This is a simple but fun neighborhood sports park built on the site of a filled in ravine. Amenities include ball diamonds, tennis courts, volleyball courts, an ice rink, drinking fountain, washrooms, bike trails, an off leash area for dogs, a wading pool, picnic spots and a playground. On summer Tuesdays the park organises a farmer’s market. Portugal Day is celebrated here. The park has nice views of the Toronto Skyline.
Trinity Bellwoods Park Information
- Check the park calendar for event details.
Trinity Bellwoods Park Opening and Closing Hours
- Farmer’s Market: Tuesdays, 3pm-7pm May - November
How To reach Trinity Bellwoods Park by Public Transport
- Streetcar 301, 501 stop Queen St West at Strachan Ave.
- Streetcar 505 stop Dundas St West at Shaw St.
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The place is a perfect area for pic nics and daytime enjoyment. There are people of many shapes and sizes from all over. Pro: Open space to do anything, pet friendly and activity encouraging. Restaurants close and streetcars close for easy access. Bike lanes and washrooms. Space for family environments and sport enthusiasts. Cons: There is space for everyone which entails the people who leave their garbage laying around even though there are trash and recycling bins around every 100m. Lots of outdoor drinking and drug consumption. People tend to stay to themselves and the park is very well maintained. Some collectors can come around to cash in bottle and cans. To my knowledge it is open 24/7 and it is a great place to spend a summer afternoon for picnics, Frisbee throwing and pet walking. OR snow sliding, snowman building or snowball fighting in the winter.
Hands down one of the best parks, if not the best park in the city. Great atmosphere, a lot of things going on. Great place to bring kids, play sports or bring your dog. Great place on the weekend!
An extremely busy and large park frequented by just about every person in their twenties. Spacious, with features such as tennis courts, a hockey arena, a frisbee field and the infamous "dog bowl", it is filled with drummers and beer sipping hipsters many days of the week. Good for socializing and picnics. Not a nature getaway by any mean, but still in a good state with grass and full grown trees.
Sometimes it could be dirty, but good to see people chilling at the park, and the dog park is always must visit. Especially if you don't own a dog. Just makes you smile looking at them. Because there are good food places near by, good idea to get some food and have a small picnic
I think this is one of the best places in all of tronto. You can always find people hanging out here it looks so normal natural and beautiful. Also let the pictures but that's okay.
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