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This is a very unreliable application.  I tried using #taxi twice recently and they connected me to two different cab companies, both of which said they did not serve the area, and didn't know where San Pedro or Palos Verdes were.  I don't know how you can be a cab company in the South Bay and not know that. Also, aren't cabs supposed to go wherever the customer asks? These companies said they wouldn't drive to Harbor City.  Never heard of such a thing.Worthless app.

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Lots to see and paths to explore, great views. Bike path is really good.

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There were so many nude men walking around on the beach. Is there something we should have known?

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Yesterday we ran into more friends and family

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Cynthia, I don't know where u ended up, but there are indoor washrooms and garbages at the entrance to the beach during the summer. But on weekends and holidays parking is terrible and u often have to park at the parking lot a little farther up the hill. But there is a nice five or ten minute walk pathway to get to the beach from that second parking lot. I love this beach, it's beautiful, and has very nice walking paths. And the view from the top of the bluffs is amazing!! But they really need to build a third parking lot, or at least expand. It's ridiculous. It's got to the point that I usually avoid this beach all together on weekends and holidays because I can't find a place to park sometimes. I actually just went there around 10:30 last night, Saturday, and it was still packed! Crazy! I once couldn't find one place to park between both of the two parking lots on a weekend this past summer. So I parked in a no parking spot in the second lot up the hill, and they had the NERVE to ticket me!! Was not impressed!

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This place provides views that you won't find anywhere else in Toronto. Free parking (except for the summer months). Beach to relax and water to explore

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There is definitely access to the beach. The bathrooms and garbage's are right beside the beach lol Sorry, but ignore Cynthia's comment. She didnt pay attention obviously. Lovely area all year around. 5 stars.

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Beautiful park during every season. Limited access to the public. Highly recommend going during fall when the trees are turning brown (perfect for outdoor photography).

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Beautiful park, scene of cliffs, lake and sand beach. Swans, white and black, like to hang around. As long as in a good day, it is a perfect place to relax and enjoy beautiful nature while still in a modern city. Hard to find a parking in holidays though.

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Nice little green house / garden to stroll through on a quiet lazy afternoon. Even at a slow pace 1 hour is ample time to explore the whole thing. It's free so there's no real reason not to check it out at least once!

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If you haven't been, definitely check it out. The conservatory features an amazing selection of tropical plants and some animals. The moment you step in you feel like you're in a different country. Always hot and humid inside, which is great during winter.

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I am afraid I have to rate the overall experience a two star. As for the actual gardens I would give it a ten star if I could. I have been several times and each time has been ruined by groups of university students and others as well who find it necessary to create lots and lots of noise, chatting and using their cell phones. I can hardly believe that people disrespect the enjoyment of others in this way and certainly disrespect the surroundings inside the botanical garden. The only thing that I can compare this to a noisy subway platform. Very disappointing. I have been to other gardens like this around the world and they expressly enforce quiet, as one would do in a library. I will not go back.

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A beautiful place to visit, even on a cold day! The arboretum is open even during the winter and it is a nice (and toasty warm) stroll inside. Many species of colourful flowers, plants and trees to admire. This is a hidden gem in the city for a lot of Torontonians, it is free too!

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A great way to spend the afternoon or day is in Allan Park and Gardens. There is a conservatory with so many varieties of plants it makes you wonder how many possible species there are. There is also a dog walking park where dogs can go off leash and play. - A Richard Trus review

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Accidentally stumbled upon this intermediate level mountain bike trail at 2 in the morning with my norce hybrid and zero skills. Ended up walking through it, terrified of falling down a steep hill and breaking my neck on a tree. A+, would lose myself in it again. Nice slice of nature in the east end!

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I don't normally review hiking areas but anyways this is a really nice trail in downtown Toronto that makes you feel like you're hundreds of miles away from the city. Seen some wildlife here before including deer. Bring a camera, a thermos of tea, and enjoy the scenery.

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If you are looking for a mountain biking trail near downtown Toronto, Crothers is your best bet. It wraps around a hill and connects to the Don Valley Mountain Bike Trail. Lots of parking behind Loblaws.

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Surprisingly technical and fun single track mountain bike trails. If your looking for a great place in the city to go mountain biking, this is it! Park your car in the loblaws parking lot or at the trailhead (with less parking) by Bayview. Enjoy!

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Bike trails, scenery. Great place to relax and enjoy. And also for hiking too.

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Keeping Toronto Firefighters well trained.

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Terrible care service neglectful of basic human rights

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drug den

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Great place for a walk or just to enjoy some sights and sounds of nature. Beautiful each season, bring your camera. After years of being fed, the squirrels are trained to stop and pose for pictures if you have including a food on you. I don't encourage feeding the squirrels.

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Amazing place to enjoy walking and connecting with nature. Lovely flowers in spring and summer. Park is connected with Sunnybrook park if you like to have long walks!

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Edwards Gardens is a park of romantic proportions. The pathways are easily accessible for wheelchairs & walkers; other areas may be better for those prone to hiking. ... The river that flows through the Gardens is a charming breath of delights.

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Beautiful gardens to take a nice stroll through, or some nice photos.

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One of the best park in Toronto with good combination and natural forest ,will maintained landscape as well as gardens.

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Super friendly, helpful staff.

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It will be nice if the opening hours are listed on the website. I have to call 311 to find out the opening hours are from 10 am to 6 pm Monday to Friday. It is wasting my time to get the most important simple info.

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Fabulous. We adopted our GSD Hawke from here on Dec 20 2015.

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Come for the kittens stay for the bunny's. Staff and care givers are straight up, strong and kind. The animals needs are the priority.

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This is pretty much my go-to Green P when I have to go downtown. I always find a spot.

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Lovely oasis in West Toronto/Etobicoke. In the summer so many people picnicking and wandering. We enjoy our leisurely walks along the Humber River. The trail will take you all the way to Lake Ontario. In summer the gardens are full of flowers and colour. A wonderful backdrop or setting for photographs.

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Beautifully landscaped park, probably the best in the city. Connects to the Humber River Trail which will take you right down to Lake Ontario.

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Beautiful park to walk around or sit and relax with your family or friends. The gardens are wonderful!

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This is the most beautiful park in Toronto

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Asphalt path: cyclists, joggers, walkers. Dogs on leash. Picnic areas. Tennis, Lawn Bowling Clubs. Ducks, Geese, Chipmunks. Wedding photography locale. Busy on weekends.

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It was beautiful

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Always greeted by friendly helpful staff. You guys have been great as long as I've been using your location!

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A beautiful old building. Worth your visit. The monument of war in front of it tells you the history and honor of this country. Now its used as court house, I fighted for my parking tickets a few times there and won most all the cases.

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Old City Hall escaped demolition in the late 1970's when the original CF Toronto Eaton Centre plans called for a mall that stretch from Yonge to Bay streets. Grass roots opposition was able to delay the permits and Old City hall was protected via a designation as historic building shortly afterwards.

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really beautiful building at the heart of Toronto. lots of architectural details to observe from the outside. definitely worth the visit.

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Beautiful building, especially at night! Well maintained as well. Worth the visit.

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It's beautiful from the outside. The inside isn't all that great, just a giant hall.

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Great park in the middle of city life. It's very big and has various areas to enjoy a light afternoon walk or have a picnic by the water. View from top is amazing. However it could be really crowded on the weekends and gets really dirty with all the food containers, leftover food all over the park.

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I had heard repeatedly from other people and local news outlets that this park was a quite the local gem. This is an understatement. It's a beautiful park on top of the bluffs, dotted with amazing architecture throughout. It's a strange but amazingly well-suited combination. This is a park you can actually spend a good couple hours in and be entertained.

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Most beautiful park in toronto. The pillers, statues, and overall greenery is great. Very well mainteined.

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This park contains a lot of bricks and facades of old Toronto buildings. The original First Canadian Place and parts of a number of other old, bank buildings from King and Bay. If you like Toronto history, this is a good place to go.

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Magical park that feels like a fairytale. Sculptures and art nestled amongst lush greenery. We saw Romeo and Juliet on the stage which was all the more enjoyable in the beautiful sunshine. Feels like you're visiting a small Ontario town.

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Beautiful place to take pictures. Lot of area to work with.

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This is a wonderful beach area.

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Very clean parklands, beautiful view!

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Most of the posted photos here are actually from Rosetta McClain Gardens (I guess some people thought these two parks were one). The actual park is mostly a large field with several mature trees on top of the bluffs. I usually see lots of people with friends or dogs hanging out, viewing the lake below. Other features are the Scarborough Pumping Station, on the west side close by is a community garden lot for garden renters and a paved but steep roadway that you can take to get down to the lake shore (Walking along the shores there is best reserved for hikers; you can't get to Bluffers without swimming there and to walk here to the Beaches can be a long rugged trek and difficult to get back up).

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Very good place to take pictures, relax, and adventure

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Not a soul in sight. Great place

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This park is so beautiful, a lovely place to go on a summer day. The ducks definitely add to the fun.

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Great place to hang out and have a picnic. Decent walking trails. Cool fireworks during festivities.

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Best park in the Scarborough for basically anyyhing, jogging, picnic, play area for kids, tobogganing in winter, and fireworks in holidays including Canada Day and Victoria Day!

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Always have so much people we usually go there for guitar events. This is a great place for barbecue in the summer

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Great big Park with plenty of space to walk around and hang out.

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Not well maintained. Entrance n exit to Morningside avenue can be tricky n can create traffic when it's busy. No exciting view or monument within the park. Overcrowded during summer months.

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A much more expensive park than I had originally guess, a great place to escape the city and return to nature for a few hours.

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Very poorly maintained, very dirty and often crowded.

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The Annual Picnic of Dhaka University Furum Canada will held on 15th August 2013 at Morningside Park.

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Nice park for kids and family

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The connecting trails through South Scarborough are amazing for cycling, walking and roller blading. The trails are fully paved. However if you are out for some exercise avoid the busy times (summer weekends),

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Nice walk

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Beautiful quite park, very well maintained and great views of the lake. This was my dad's favourite park to visit with my mom for quiet walks. Near the end of his life, this is the one place he would make an effort to visit.

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I think for the time of year my fiancee and I went wasn't the best, there were gnats everywhere and a couple hours later my jacket and my fiancee's dress was covered in them. But on the plus the grounds were maintained very well and provides some nice views.

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Beautiful even without the flowers and greenery. It's a great place for an evening stroll with your significant other or for photography.

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Better than Edwards Gardens. Took my mom here for her birthday today. She loved it, her name is Rosetta. I found it by chance while looking up the name of another park, nice little Scarborough secret. Had fun feeding squirrels, taking pictures and looking for butterflies. My only complaint is we didn't see any butterflies and the park seems to be known for them but maybe I should have looked a bit harder :) We will definitely be back next summer.

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Very fascinating place for me i love to be there. The view from park to the lake is amazing. And best place for natural background photography.

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They have really great programs and an amazing park attached. Go for a walk around the pond and see all the nice flowers around.

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Great place to bring pets, friends and family. The Scarborough Bluffs beach and marine area is fantastic. I would say its one of the 7 wonders of Toronto if not Canada without a doubt. -> On a Historical side note, it was used by Canadian Forces for training in preparation for WW2.

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No grass; just gravelly sand. Almost zero shade. A single, solitary bench. Wasn't exactly a fun time. You might have more fun if your dog has friends there, but none if you go solo.

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Come during lunch otherwise, the dog park may be empty

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In L'Amoreaux National Park in Scarborough Toronto, It makes me forget that I am living in a big city because here, even I have the opportunity to experience walking in primeval forest. Here is my story on August 10, 2015 in L'Amorwau National Park. Walked into the primeval forest in L'Amoreaux National Park, I saw the big trees shrouded the sky. It's so dark around. I didn't know where I was while confusing with direction. I felt scary and tried to be pretend to be bold while moving the body forward on the path in the forest. In addition to occasional yelling from animals or birds that I don't know what they called, it was very silent around. Most of the time I only could hear the sound of my footsteps on the path covered with soft soil and rotten leaves . Around filled with a smell of damp wood rotting ........ Had been walking alone for long time, I felt the path under my feet be endless. I felt a sense of scary. I was thinking, " Will suddenly rushed out a black whirring thing from the trees stopping my way or ......" WOw ! There a yellow spot appeared in the darkness ! ...... " Is it a beast's eye?! Or the legendary Cyclops? ......." Oh, sorry, I am wrong. It's original export of the primeval forest! Haha Thankfully !!! The adventure is over. Yuping Feng, 2015.8, written in Toronto L'Amoreaux National Park 冯爱画, 2015. 8 写于多伦多L'Amorwau National Park

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im located at 45 silver springs blvd

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People died here

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Good place both summer and winter for kids.

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This is your winter tobogganing hill. Complete with lights at night. Very large and fun hill for the kids. In the summer it is a nice park to stroll around.

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Well it all started when us youths where looking for a room to work in for a reasonable matters but our good fm day was ruined by this lady that didn't let us in and the other lady let us In Last time and she said I told u a million time aren't allowed to let us in. So we went to the skating rink change room there and the guy told us to get out we could of been changing. Then he told us we could of been banned and then he was like I heard one of u called her a bitch. Then he said if you treated us better we wouldn't be so rude to u. First of all there the ones giving us attitude and the dude just walked in to the change room we could of been changing especially since where girls and he's the one that told us to get out. We also saw them smoking right outside of the community centre when it's a smoke free zone

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Lost of things happening splash park, pool open till 11.45pm a play ground tennis courts, parking shade grass ... smiles new equipment and a wonderful library in a community center. Nice location lots parking.. couldn't ask for better play place for the children free charge... thank you

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A great rec centre with good camps in the summer for kids.

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Learned to golf at Dentonia. Will always have a special place in my heart.

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Great staff. Greens rolling better than past years. Great place for the beginners to be introduced to golf. Can't beat the price and convenience.

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I love playing golf

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Its a great park to go for a walk, and there is a basketball court, playground, soccer field, and baseball diamond.

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The best.

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I really like this park! It is very bright in the lights. I play soccer here sometimes and I have to say that this is one of my favourite feilds,but you should watch out for mosquitoes.

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This park has several features: official soccer and baseball fields, playground (as expanded with the school yard), a wading pool, two parking lots (three with the school's), a small flora garden and lots of grassy areas for dogs. I've grew up playing here a lot as a kid and still enjoy my time here.

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A really small exhibit. But the staff were very friendly and knowledgeable. Such an accessible place to get to know about historic farm life in Scarborough.

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This park isn't what it used to be. If you enter from the McCowan road bike path, you're going to be immediately greeted by a smell that can only be described as a mix of sewage and onions. The park itself is decent, quite big and a lot of tables and seating areas. The one major problem, however, is that they're always full and occupied. People are all over the place, are overly loud (screaming, shouting etc.) and refuse to throw their garbage out in trash cans which are all over the park, which is why there's always litter. The only time I come to this park is to bike through it, but the path is flooded by people who walk across the entire width and who don't make space for you, even when they see you coming. The soccer field, baseball diamond and tennis courts are nice.

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This park has gone to hell over the past 20 years. Third world park. Where people from the projects come to chill, smoke weed and drink. During Ribfest, everyone from the projects go there expecting FREE OR CHEAP FOOD...it's like Scarborough's version of Carribana.

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The park isn't the best and becomes overly crowded in the summer. Provides since good views in the fall

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dis park 2 lame dawg, fukin burds kept chirpin and shit. I hope there bird eggs freeze. swaggy swaf

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Our 16 month old toddler goes crazy with joy at this place. It's so much fun for everyone!

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I what he before it play with my niteh

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This is a great place to take your kids and it's free!

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Love ithxbdragshyas

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I went to kids town once for a school trip it was so much fun

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don't bother trying to get these people on the phone. it will ring until it eventually disconnects.

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Won't awnser phone

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This is the barn where you will find the pigs, and chickens at Riverdale farm. The farm is run by the city of Toronto and there is plenty to see and do at the farm. - A Richard Trus review

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Such a great space in the city. A bandshell, a wading pool, great playground, skating rink/lacrosse box, and even a fire pit.

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Played croquet at the lawn bowling green. It was fabulous! Free lessons & equipment, fun people & beautiful views of the gardens & lake. Great sport, too. Lots harder than it looks

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Nice for walks.

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Google forgot to mention the Beaches public library and the Beach Guild of Fine Art Headquarters next to the park. Other than its activity arenas and floral deco, there are annual events held year round: arts & crafts shows and jazz festivals. Also a great rest spot from events held on the Beaches' Queen Street section and outdoor picnics.

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Great area to walk

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Awesome place, could have more community activities but is awesome overall, PS the person that rated one star is lying we don't have a pool in there...

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This is a horrible place, I went there 4 times to purchase swim passes. There were 2 times when the person at the front desk didn't know what to do; and there were 2 times when their printer ran out of toner so they couldn't print out my pass. Overall, this place sucks, go to ANOTHER community center!!

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Amazing place, the staff is friendly and on point. They have great programming for the communinty!

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Friendly staff and a lot of programs

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Lots of events

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Some social worker are POS and they have no business being there !

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Nice big park in the city. Beautiful trails. Good for small or big parties. You can find tables under the trees, barbecue stands. Big number of parking lots.

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Nice park with winding asphalt trails. The dam offers an interesting view.

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In the summer there are huge number of mosquitoes that will sting you. Otherwise there are a lot fields where you can play sports or relax on the grass.

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Nice park within the City of Toronto. Long biking and walking trails.

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Nice and big park. Many people do BBQ in summer while its great for hiking and enjoying nature in the city!

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A really great place for ice skating in the winter and s nice walk in the warmer months. During winter hours, they have skate rentals available. Lots of seating available as well. A great place for a family outting.

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The worst time ever! We went there for a school trip and had to wait for 1 hour before someone came. They didn't allow us on the ice because they said it was too soft, but before they came, it was perfect. We weren't allowed on and everyone got really disappointed! Worst field trip ever!

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Whether you are a native Torontonian or a visitor to my home town, this is a public space worth dropping by. Yes, it recently has donned the rather iconic and popular "Toronto" sign from the PanAm games but there is often something going on here at different times of the year whether it may be the outdoor skating rink during the winter months, the Jazz festival, art exhibits, etc. Regardless, you also can't miss the truly iconic Toronto city hall building.

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We went there at 2016 new year's eve,it was just so great!There were firework performances,large free skating field,DJ parties......Everyone enjoyed it,spending beautiful time there with friends you love is super enjoyable!

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It's a good place to go to for a festival as you can easily make time go by faster by going up and down the hill there. It's also a good place to go for skiing or any other winter activity as the hills there are steep enough.

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This large park has it all: outdoor stadium with a track and a football/soccer field, softball diamonds, ice arena, green houses, indoor patio pool, indoor Olympic-size pool, go-cart track, toboggan hill, golf course, and picnic areas. You can spend an entire day here and will not get bored. This park hosts a variety of seasonal events. Plenty of parking all around the grounds.

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Whether walking along the trails or hiking up the mountain, centennial park is one of my favourite places to exercise. I especially have great memories running track & field at the stadium when I was in high school. It is definitely one of the best tracks to run on.

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A hidden gem in the west side of the city. The park is huge and has everything from a ski hill to a golf course.

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Good place for a family picknick.

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Really nice park to chill and relax at. Sometimes, there are movies hosted here! There is a playground, barbecue section and nice green hills. It's pretty nice to connect with nature, but also hear the faint rumbling of TTC subway trains!

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My favourite warm weather hangout. Less obnoxious than the crowd at TBW. Bring a blanket, a hula hoop, Frisbee, slack line, and if you have none of these, chances are someone will let you try if you ask!

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Admired the last rays of summer in Christie Pits Park. The cyclists, the picnic's, and swinging on swing sets. Several dog walkers promenading down the trails through the splendor of the park. - A Richard Trus review

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I used to come here all the time when I was little, there's a fun playground, as well as a splash pad, a swimming pool, a gathering area, a gathering area, and two baseball diamonds. This park is a hotspot in the winter for tobogganing, they're are two main hills used, the south side hill is softer for younger children. There's also many events here in the summer time.

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Great place to spend a summer evening. Huge field, it's sheltered somewhat by the hill. Wonderful in summer and winter. I've heard some people say that it can be a bit sketchy at night, but that hasn't been my experience at all.

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Good place with swimming lessons for every level.

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Pretty old place, ceilings are low in the gym.

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I go to the school

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I am just about to start. I'm an old dude but have been around gyms for a great part of my life, so I have seen a few great and not so. My first look at this facility stopped me in my tracks. Wow! Absolutely the nicest and best equipped I have ever seen. Looking forward to the enjoyable ssweat

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Indoor swimmingpool.

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Great scenery

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I love this place! Huge, beautiful, well kept. I love it so much this is where I had my wedding ceremony (seriously!)

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Amazingly beautiful Sweet thanks

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Haven for walking dogs. Nice views all around, esp. Lake Ontario with ducks & the downtown. It has something for everyone, cycling, skating, walking. I once saw a professional photographer shooting pictures of her client, the backdrop is that beautiful. A must visit in the winter, do bring water as you will walk a lot.

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Skating in the Winter, tons of bird watching in the spring. A great place to run. Walk along the beach. Sneak in a swim! Or watch the sailboats go in and out of the marina.

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A fun and interesting place to go skating in Toronto. Instead of a typical rink, this is a skating trail that meanders around trees and bushes. Note that it gets quite busy at peak times.

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Admittedly, this rating is based on my mild-winter experience of the area; it was okay, but nothing that generated any sense of awe. I've heard it's nicer during the summer-time months, so maybe I'll update my review at that point. :)

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Gorgeous area. It's my wife's and I favourite place to go for a walk. We got engaged and took our wedding shots here. It's a piece of country in the city.

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Normally quite nice, the beach is clean and very often swimmable. There's a nice kids park and waterpark. Too often the facilities are trashed by people and it's too bad. There's often people in the park very very early and very very late. It's safe but sometimes disconcerting.

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Great place with the serene view and tranquilizing aura.

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The water park is amazing. Such a great park for the kids. They can stay entertained there for hours.

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The park is wonderful and a beautiful place to spend time. I am in the park at least three times a day with me 10 pound dog. My only problems are with the dog park which id dirty and not well planned out and the bicyclists who dont have or use bells ride beside each other and speed we need them patrolled especially on weekends. Other thsn these problrms it a great place to spenf time.

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In this place, you will find peace, comfort, connection with your spirit, God and the nature

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Really beautiful old building.

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I have played a lot of golf all over the world and am not a bad player and have never encountered a more UNPLEASANT experience from snooty pro-shop staff and pushy marshals. Yes OK the course is in good condition and pretty good value for money for 5 hours but I felt as though I was not valued as a client. This is supposed to be a city owned course but they do the City of Toronto no favours. I cannot recommend if you wish to go home happy for having played.

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Fun place for a quick round in the city. Good deals on twilight tee times (no werewolfs).

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Marshal has no smelling for the players, and they try to push the player play quick with the bad tone. The reason is they are going to go home! When they push us, the time was 4:55. Does it like good golf club?

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Great muni. Tough walk though. Especially the last 5 or 6 holes.

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Love the course. Staff not so much.

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This is a hidden gem of yonge & lawrence neighborhood. City takes care of the garden professionally that you can see many people take family or wedding photo shoots here. The garden leads to the trail that is a part of city's Discovery Walk trail.

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The place was alright.... Lol.

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Did a formal wedding shoot here the long weekend in May. Had to work around two other weddings at the same time!! Not a problem for us, but could be potential problems for other photographers wanting to use the stone memorial/staircase as a backdrop. Plenty of parking around the park, and gardens maintained very nicely.

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Small and very nice place. We did a wedding photo shoot here once. Really liked it :)

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I shot a wedding here and had to be patient because there were other photographers at the site waiting to use the stairs and backdrop....thankfully we had enough time!

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Tons of baseball diamonds, a skate park, dog park, playground, hockey arena, outdoor swimming pool, and access to the Lower Don Valley trail system. This is a great park, well kept, and perfect for running, biking, strolls with the family, or dog walking. We're there all the time. Wish they had some basketball courts though...

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Easily accessible by TTC. Has A LOT of baseball fields. The community centre runs baseball camps during the summer. Has a fenced in pool and a splash pad. The Park is large well maintained and the kids love it.

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All my friends went here just to see the fireworks on canada day

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Wonderful park, of my childhood. Large baseball diamonds, various other facilities. Leads into the Taylor Creek Ravine and Pathways

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Great trails and facilities

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Love running here. Nice path that follows the creek. Quiet ish and lots of green.

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Its nice going to for a walk, and loving the nature around you.

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Great outdoor space for walking, biking, running, picnics, whatever.

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A place where the business of every day life can be left at the entrance and enjoy a nature walk

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Great park

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The change room smells like garbage, no water fountains and no vending machines. Seriously injured forearm on very soft ice (think pond) surprised at lack of protocol for emergency situations!. scheduling good and staff friendly though.

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we went skating yesterday for the 1st time,and my daughter and i love it....its free ,its a nice big ice rink,and the staff were very helpful.....thanks.

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Kids like the free outdoor skate rink. Toronto Maple Leafs had an outdoor training sesion here on January 11, 2016.

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Washrooms closed in summer when our son's Little Kickers group went to play at this park. Why are so many park washrooms and change rooms closed these last few summers? Noticed this trend started under RoFo.

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Nice spot!

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This park offers a good reprieve from the bustling city life. Great place to walk, jog and/or cycle. Keep your eyes open for those Toronto green spaces!

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Just five minutes away from Eglinton and Brentcliffe, you feel that you are in the forest with very beautiful nature

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Very nice park!

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This is a one of a kind park in the city. It has a great dog park, lots of wooded areas and trails to walk through. It's great for a day trip with family for barbecues and walks.

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I have lots of memories here. But it's popular and don't expect to find a spot when the weather is nice.

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Great for family picnics in the summer. Have a weekday team building BBQ if you're in the area.

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There are great and beautiful trails here.

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Pictures in summer with lots of trails and options to walk by river in fall. Good for running.

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We visted Withrow Park in riverdale Toronto in April and there was snow. However that didn't stop the park goers from walking and enjoying the many trails in the park. There were dog walkers, people pushing babies in strollers and a few teenagers hanging out. A very nice park - large enough to walk around an feel the wind, and nature imprints into your mind - A Richard Trus review

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Very popular park as it hosts lots of events and has great playground equipment - but is generally overrun and noisy. But there is a good geocache here.

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Huge city park with comparatively few trees. Modern preschool playground with little to no trees to shelter under on hot days. Close to subway. Lots of free parking.

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I absolutely love this parc..Dog friendly and great for children and adults alike. Picnic tables and plenty of benches..

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Love gone here all year long. Always something fun happening. Great kids park.

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A beautiful park. Especially during the fall with the various colors for all to see. Easily accessible and a great place to hike or picnic with the family.

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Love this park. Is great for having barbecue on summer and riding your hike all the way to Lake.

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Great park connected to dvp trails.

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Lovely park for relaxing walk!

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Amazing!

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I'm worried about explicit lewd behaviour...

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Great for a dog walk

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2 Outdoor Basketball Courts and a Skateboard Area. Drinking Fountain available.

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Nice little park overviewing the Don Valley. Hike down to Cafe Belong to grab a warm beverage!

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This park is a great place for toddlers and young kids to meet and play. It is fenced in, has lots of rider toys and space for them to explore. In the summer there's a giant splash pad with both my daughters love.

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Kids love this park, it has lots of toys sprinklers and playground for the kids.

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a place you could stay all day

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Terrific little local playground. Wonderful place to stop with toddlers and preschoolers if in the neighborhood. Free street parking adjacent. Wonderful hill for tobogganing in winter. Only downside is that there is no public toilets.

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We took a quick stroll through East Lynn Park and only a couple of brave souls were walking on the trail. The playground was deserted and I don't blame kids these days with the cold weather I would rather have been inside as well. A much better park in the spring and summer. A Richard Trus review

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Great park. Kids will have a lot of fun here.

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Very good playground

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A wonderful community park.

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Quite, clean and child friendly park with a splash pool and tennis courts, great to run through also has a dog park

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Family friendly with a fenced off dog park and tennis courts.

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This park has always been one of my favorites.

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Nice local dog park

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Great multipurpose city community space. Lots of rooms for a variety of activities, including indoor and outdoor pools, basketball courts, etc.

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Parking is great! Changerooms and pools are relatively clean. Bring your own lock though.

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Fantastic facilities, Good architecture

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Tons of activities available here from swimming, exercise rooms, to drop in sports. Offers memberships as well as single entries.

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This is the most useless website! There is no way to find out your HOURS!

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Nice little green house / garden to stroll through on a quiet lazy afternoon. Even at a slow pace 1 hour is ample time to explore the whole thing. It's free so there's no real reason not to check it out at least once!

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I am afraid I have to rate the overall experience a two star. As for the actual gardens I would give it a ten star if I could. I have been several times and each time has been ruined by groups of university students and others as well who find it necessary to create lots and lots of noise, chatting and using their cell phones. I can hardly believe that people disrespect the enjoyment of others in this way and certainly disrespect the surroundings inside the botanical garden. The only thing that I can compare this to a noisy subway platform. Very disappointing. I have been to other gardens like this around the world and they expressly enforce quiet, as one would do in a library. I will not go back.

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If you haven't been, definitely check it out. The conservatory features an amazing selection of tropical plants and some animals. The moment you step in you feel like you're in a different country. Always hot and humid inside, which is great during winter.

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This free, accessible garden is a gem in the city. You could spend about an hour here on a regular basis and still find it relaxing. The garden is divided I to different sections,each with its own climate and selection of plants. A good place for locals and visitors

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Had a good experience at first until one of the employees kicked us out for taking a photo, even though there were about 30 others taking photos. And then continued to make us leave while others were still taking photos, not kicking anyone else out. Wouldn't go back and wouldn't suggest it to anyone else unles they also feel like getting kicked out for unreasonable reasons.

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Rich variety of aromas, stunning visual design effects, mmm what a dump!

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DUMP

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We have visited the old city hall several times. Tried to get a seat for some of the trials held here but it's a very small chance to get in to watch them. - A Richard Trus review

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Nice mid-size park off the Danforth with a great playground

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Couldn't believe I didn't know about this place! Water is crystal clear with amazing swimming.. and obviously the massive sand hill?? So random and so gorgeous!! :)

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Please note that you do not have access to the water from Scarborough Bluffs Park. Do not attempt to climb down the cliff face, it is highly dangerous, not to mention you’ll be bitten by thousands of fire ants. THIS park overlooks the lake and Marina down below. Scarborough Bluffs Park is a local park which means there are no public washrooms and only street parking, mainly used by residents of the area. If you wish to go to the water’s edge, best to proceed to 1 Brimley Rd S, Toronto (Bluffer’s Park) which is a public park with amenities such as parking, washrooms, picnic tables, access to the beach, etc.

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Free parking. Great views. Just make sure to follow the laws and don't attempt to cross the barrier because edges are very unstable and dangerous which lead to many fatalities over the years.

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This is a beautiful spot with lots of picnic areas and hiking. Unfortunately, it has really started to get crowded over the last 8 years. Try the marina and beach side if the Bluffer' Parksection see some too full. The beach side offers a lot more space if you don't mind the long walk.

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Okay if your looking for this place for a school activity. DO NOT listen to your teacher saying that the Community Centre is behind the Highschool, because it's not. It's exactly behind the school's track. It's actually called Cedarbrook Community Recreational Centre.

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Beautifully designed building. I've been by several times but usually when it's closed. A Richard Trus review

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The other public space in the heart of the city... Enjoy concerts (Toronto Jazz festival venue), farmers market (July-October on Wednesdays), ice rink in winter and fireworks on new years... Check out the food trucks of you are here in the afternoon for great street food. City hall is open to public (frequent art exhibits and cozy library inside) as is the rooftop garden on 1st level accessible via stairs or the ramp. Spot Churchill if you can

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Water in the summer, and then skating in the winter - Nathan Phillips Square is fun all year round! If you're visiting Toronto, you definitely will want to stop by NPS and see the large TORONTO sign. Definitely a monument worth Instagraming.

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This place is where you will find city events taking place. There is a beautiful ice skating ring during the Winter and lovely water pond during the Summer. Lots events like wedding happen here all your round.

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It is scenic, and very lively place bustling with people all the time. I have seen this place through all seasons and it looks spectacular in all of them. The toronto sign makes it unique. I would recommend it for winter skying experience but during weekdays if you dislike crowded places.

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Part of the Humber Valley bike trail offers hours of walking and cycling.

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We walked over the St. Clair and Spadina reservoir to get to the Sir Winston Park and tennis courts. Without the sign posted it would be difficult to even guess that you are walking on top of a huge reservoir. - A Richard Trus review

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nice hall...ideal for any corporate gatherings.... thenewscompany #doinikbarta #ibangla #enewsbdpress #rrajowan #aerobdnews

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Best Toronto in the world today Hete ful comments everone this people never stop my your thoughts

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It was fun to take 360 picture at the Square. I hope you enjoy them

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It is a nice architecture and people here are very helpful. Any staff from city hall is so helpful and courteous.

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Very cool sights around. A giant Christmas tree here, a giant TORONTO sign there, an iceskating rink there, all in all a worthy place to visit, if not only to take a photo or three.

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Staffs are friendly and very helpful

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The people who work here are disgusting. They think everyone looking for welfare are deadbeats and they treat you that way even when you genuinely need help. They're always looking down on the people they're suppose to be helping.

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This Social Service office is a Disservice. Although this location has many different programs, I was interested in the customer service program or PAYE program. In fact, the customer service that I experienced via my councilor and related staff at Lawrence Square Employment & Social Services was unacceptably degrading and ill mannered. My biggest frustration came from the staff’s inherent ability to comprehend basic verbal communication. My assertiveness was taken as a bad attitude and I was constantly interrupted while trying to describe what I was looking for. In addition to the councilor’s lack of communication skills and aggressive approach, I found out that there was no confidentiality and that my file was being discussed over the social workers equivalent of a water-cooler. This Social Service office is not only unprofessional, but Toronto tax dollars are being wasted on this location with staff members who seem to think that their presence as a Social Worker is God sent. If you like your personal information gossiped about around the water-cooler and you enjoy being talked down upon (degrading and given attitude, with no extra charge), then Lawrence Square Employment & Social Services located at 700 Lawrence Ave. is for you!

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only rating low because hours arent included on this page, come on, improve this please

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A nice hidden Park that's good for cyclists, walking, running, soccer, football and baseball. I'm glad to see Toronto has so many of these parks.

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Great big park for jogging and cycling. Has public washroom, bridges, soccer fields and picnic spots

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Nice field, a little hard to find but great spot

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Great views, Fresh air!

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Great park. You can walk all day here and to other places connecting to the valley system. You can have picnics and bbqs and even kick a soccer ball around. Lots of trees and grass.

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This is the place where birds sing and flowers bloom. And it's well maintained. Excellent for entry level hiker and family activities.

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Great Scarborough park for kids

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Beautifully depressing. A work of art that has been destroyed over the years. I love the Guild and I couldn't even begin to explain the wonders it carries. However, whenever I take a walk through the Guild I feel such negative vibes. Depressing and sad spirits. I would love for it to get fixed up and have the place loaded with families and friends. I would love to bring it back to life.

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The sculpture and building facades nestled in greenery give this park a unique, mystical reclaimed by nature feel. Like a nicer take on the post apocalypse story. Lake views though there are better lookouts elsewhere. Look out for Shakespeare plays in the park in the fall.

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One of the greatest hidden gems of Scarborough! Perfect for photo-ops and wedding photography... even Drake had to feature the park in his music video.

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Really nice for a short walk. Great scenery and lots of picnic tables. Only downside is you have to pay for parking after Victoria day long weekend.

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Fantastic views and a nice walk. Visitors should know you can't access the beach/marina from the bluffs. Parking is extremely limited, be prepared to park on the street some distance from the trail. Also no bathrooms, plan accordingly.

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Great customer service, professional. The front intake desk is a bit slow with dealing with clients, but overall service time was very quick.

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Friendly staff, excellent program.

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Nice place to enjoy nature but a bit loud and noisy from families picnicking around. Garbage in ponds and streams are disappointing.

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Good luck finding parking spots. Good place to relax but the garden is a little unorganized compared to 20 years ago.

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Beautiful park with a calming atmosphere

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One of the city gems. Great place to go in winter to catch a break from the snow. The greenhouse are always warm and oh so pretty

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Went there once and will probably go again soon. Different types of flowers and a nice place to chill and spend the afternoon. I like how you can feel the difference in temperatures from one greenhouse to the other. If you like to take photos, then you have to go there! I wish it was bigger though, as I would love to spend more time.

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Allen Gardens is such a cool place to spend the afternoon. The flowers are gorgeous and the layout is really nice. Our favorite spot is the turtle pond. Don't forget to go in the winter.

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Great place to find a few quiet minutes, or a lot longer if you have an interest in things botanical. Tucked in behind in greenhouses are a fantastic playground if you need to take your kids to play.... padded ground, merry go round, enormous sandbox.

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Absolutely gorgeous place that the city of Toronto neglects because it's not near wealthier areas. They pay so much attention to parks in Bridal Path, Forest Hill etc that are ugly and useless yet neglect this gem. Any one know if Guild Inn is haunted? Some weird stuff goes on as you get closer to the hotel. Caught some weird things on camera but I never heard of anything paranormal about the place.

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Favourite place in all of Toronto. Amazing facades and statues plus great views of the lake and very green. Also Drake filmed part of his video for headlines here!

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Quirky park with old monuments that are interesting to see. Also, there are great views of lake Ontario from the top of the bluffs. The main entrance and parking are under construction so you will need to park on the street and take one of the side paths in.

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I did not expect much since I have been to other equally beautiful natural places before but I ended up having an enjoyable time. I recommend visiting 1) CATHEDRAL BLUFFS LOOKOUT at the top, which provides panoramic views of the beach and Lake Ontario, and 2) BLUFFER'S PARK below the lookout for views of the volcano-like landscape. Bluffer's Park also has beautiful green spaces for picnics and strolls. It is possible to hike down from the lookout to the beach but the terrain can be really steep and muddy. Swimming can be tricky. For one, the water can be cold (we visited in spring) and muddy from all the sand coming from the bluffs. There are also jetskiers close to shore, which can make swimming unpleasant. Parking is available both near the lookout at Cecil Crescent (free) and Bluffer's Park (paid).

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Breathtaking cliff site made out of clay that dwarfs all around it. A amazing park you never thought would be near toronto. The issues plaguing the place is the fact it has been noticed more recently and the park has therefor become a party hot spot in which the litter shows for.

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Amazing place to escape from the city and just relax. Please be respectful of the area and do not litter 🚮in addition there is only one safe way to get down to the beach area and that is by Brimley Hill. Thank you.

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Very scenic location. A true escape from the busier Toronto core. If you like outdoor hikes, there are many trails along the cliffs to explore. The beach is clean but can get crowded on weekends so beware.

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Very nice view from the cliff and the lake/ocean. Would come back again!

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This park features some unique geological features and sports some beautiful views from atop the bluffs east and west along the lakeshore. However, during the summer the park is a bit of a circus. Lots of people, lots of noise, lots of cooking smoke and very little peace and quiet. Best time to visit is in the winter or cooler months when there are fewer visitors. At these times the beaches are quiet and deserted. Vey beautiful.

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Best place to hang out with family and friends

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A flat park good for walking the dog. Find the small road at the end of the park and enter the coastline for a better air conditioning in the summertimer.

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been going to this park for years, it has nice trails to walk or bike on, it has a bit of wild life, the scenery is beautiful and is a perfect place to take walks in.

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One of the nicer parks in the area. Fireworks are great during festivals.

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Large, and quiet, park in Scarborough. Accessible by car, bike and foot. Open space, and trails from the park follow the creek south to the lake. Trails are beautiful to walk or bike along.

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Great outdoor place, fun to bring your family there for a day of fun .

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Fishing

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Very relaxing, and safe. The river is very soothing, with lots of trees for shade and benches to rest. Very clean and well kept

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Great place to go for a walk or bike ride

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Stunning views, serene, refreshing.

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Good view of the lake but nothing special

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Great place to hangout and explore on a nice summer's day. There is a nice beach with lifeguards during the summer and the bluffs wildlife area right behind. The swimming is great, albeit a bit cold and a bit on the dirtier side later in the summer. Lots of areas to explore, have picnics and hangout. Watch out for the parking at the main beach as it is not always free.

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This is a beautiful park. It's situated on top of the bluffs. Lots of people bring there dogs here to walk. I do caution though that a lot of off leash dogs are here too.

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it was great,its was awesome!! as soon as I looked over the cliff it felt like I was in a whole other country. every body should go there and if ur too scared to be close to the cliff then there is a really cool park for ur little ones.when u go u will see much more about Canada than u do.😀😁😄💓💕💖👍👍👍👌👌👌🌲🌳🌄🌏🌐✴

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Loving it. Nice place to move

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Stay away late at light. Nice place to chill. Not as clean.

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This is a massive area with sports and other community programs. On the west side, the community centre with an indoor swimming, a separate building with an ice rink arena, two caged tennis courts and an outdoor track field with facilities (washrooms and a snack station when events are on). On the east side, a large field with three baseball areas and a big hillside that great for sledding in the winter, safely from traffic. Also on top of the hill is Variety Village, a specialized sports centre for all types of people, young and old with an indoor track, pool and gym. I used to go to this centre when I was young (why exactly I don't remember since my school did have a gym). The people at both centres have always been courteous and helpful. I would recommend these places to anyone.

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Awesome sledding Hill. Park in the school and sled away!

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it is so big

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It is a great place for the kids and also the great thing is it has free parking. They should improve in making the pool bigger and a bit deeper. In all the place is amazing😌😳😍

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Great place to bring the kids on a hot summer day. Lots of fun, the water was freezing cold but the kids don't seem to mind. Make sure to get there early if you want to find a picnic spot.

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Very fun, I enjoyed coming here! But the problem I have is a long time a go, like 2009 or 2011 I went to the bucket area, but when the bucket dropped my foot was bleeding and it left permanent marks on it.

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Lovely place for all ages, friendly staff. And it's free. High recommended.

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Free kids splash pad - the water is ice cold but is perfect on a hot hot day.

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Oakridge park has very few tree's in the park, but is surrounded by tree's with a wide open area to walk or play sports. A Richard Trus review

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Visiting Port Union Water Front Trail is one of the best things I ever did after coming to Canada. Cool and calm place to spend some time. This place has simple but amazing wild life with goose, hares etc., along the banks of the lake that attracts wild life photographers. It is a wonderful bird watching site too...

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Breath taking. A MUST place to visit.

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Excellent park to just get out of the city and enjoy yourselves. This park features trails and has a beach along lake Ontario.

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Peaceful park for a bike ride by the lake. Lots of wildlife if you keep your eyes open.

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Such a nice, peaceful park, even with the GO trains in the background sometimes. A great place to get beautiful views of Lake Ontario!

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A walk down memory with another friend I'll never meet

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One of the better beaches in the GTA. Usually not that many people there and it's just generally a lot of fun to be there with friends. Washrooms definitely can be alot cleaner though.

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nice place terrible parking situation during the weekend. A lot of reserved parking for Marina patrons

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Great spot if you want to avoid the downtown core. Nice beach to paddle board or just to relax.

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Love to spend time with my family there. Beautiful place.

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great beach and cristal water. clean sand

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Great views from the Bluffs

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Very nice views. Great place to walk the dog.

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Very scenic. But do go when its slightly warmer. Everything will be in full bloom. You may find animals and birds alike if you look and listen carefully. Great venue for wedding photography, do need a permit,though.

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Beautiful green space featuring gazebos, pergolas, and a large stone fountain plus views of the lake at the cliff top. There are a lot of different plant and tree species, with staff to maintain them in the summer months. Wedding photography is often done here.

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Beautiful flowers, fountain, view of the lake from the bluffs. Quiet and peaceful. Ideal for a walk. No bikes allowed!

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Beautiful park and scenery for hanging out with the family, bbq, or even a photoshoot!

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Good location

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Awesome place

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It nice

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Nice place

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Spacious park but lots of background highway noise. Area slightly unsafe

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Nice park with a Large field. Perfect for the kid.

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We rented one of the covered picnic areas for our daughter's first birthday, and it was a fantastic location! Sites "B" and "C" are right next to each other and work well for groups over 50 people. Lots of rules around what you can have on site, but it is city run and to be expected.

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Inmensas areas de picnic. Grandioso!!! Lindo parque con agua para los niños...excelente opción para el verano. Aunque deberían habilitar mas baño no son suficientes, los grupos de familia la que menos participantes tenía eran casi 50 personas...

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2 parks AND a splash pad for the kids with lots of shady places for the parents to be able to observe everything

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Lots of space. clean, and huge hills.

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Great place! Dog park has foot deep sand and is never too busy which helps keep it sanitary and smell free. 3 benches. Water fountain. Also has paved & dirt trail through the bush which is good for training off-leash as well. Only complaint is the smell of the river at times from sewage which is obviously the city flushing into river which should be a major environmental concern. Also lots of garbage can be seen throughout bush and river but overall a great peaceful place to take the dogs.

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it's not perfect but for cuple of minutes to relaxing it's good

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Beautiful park

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Good park for all ages. Splash pad is nothing special but the light spray made my preschooler happy. Situated next to a lovely little river/ lake.

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Awesome beach if you can stand the old nude men.

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Going to be new splash pad in July.. Lots of BBQ. . Walk paths. Adventure bush.. privet places for photo ops. Play ground .. and im looking in to the new water splash pad.. tennis courts. . Excersize toys.. drive in movies. soccer. Baseball. Shelter BBQ. Fresh water pumps.. places to set up nets.. I love this place for birthdays or just family time.. everyday

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Just a regular park with trails for jogging or leisurely strolls. Pet-friendly too. Very green and quite busy in the summer. Nice place for viewing glorious sunsets.

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This is one of the best Scarborough park to have some fresh air with friends n family. Great place for summer BBQ. Fun zone for kids. Easily accsible by TTC (Brimley and Lawrance). Lots free parking.

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Great Dog Park, 3 different areas caters to Big, medium and small dogs. They even have a section for non community dog's.

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Needs a bigger parking lot. Fills up quickly on weekends.

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Usable rink, good gym facilities

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Great place for the kids to play .

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Love it

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Fun place they really brought that area up it used to be a really bad rundown neighborhood now it's beautiful

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Great for a nature walk, also biking.

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Amazing in summer time. Its a private escape where you can enjoy the sounds of nature and water while you take a long stroll.

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Good for a short nature walk or bike ride.

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One of the most amazing and re memorable woods Ive been in. If you hike a bit into the top you can walk next to the subway line ;) on the other side of the bob-wire fence of course. Lots of shrubs.

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Nice hiking paths. Gorgeous in fall.

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Beautiful location

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Clean and comfortable

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it sucks a lot

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Only play ultimate here for TUC in the summer. Although it's so far from the city, it's still one of the best league fields. Turf, with a track. Always busy, but plenty of parking

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I amazingly love it. I remember when I was young and Iwent for city finals for track and field. It was a spectacular moment.

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Good food. Nice view. Close to transit.

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Great facility, indoor pool is awesome

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I have played this course for over 20 years. Not a great player - best score ever was 82. Usually in 90-100 range. I felt compelled to post this review as I'm not really convinced that some of the other reviewers were actually at this course. It is relatively short but tight. Slope rating of 120+ seems accurate. Green fees are a bargain by GTA standards and you spare yourself a forty minute drive (not to mention gas) each way given its central location. If you think Don valley is overpriced then you will think EVERY GTA course is. Get a grip. Despite being one of the most heavily played courses in the country the course is kept in very good shape. Although I admit that the sand traps are not up to the standards of other course features. Lastly I find the staff uniformly congenial and helpful. Of course if YOU behave in an obnoxious manner don't be surprised if you are treated accordingly. In short - a reasonably priced Toronto treasure with nice people. EXACTLY WHAT COURSE DID THESE NAYSAYERS PLAY AT?? Suspect these reviews speak more about the reviewer than the course. Although that's just one mans opinion. One who has played 200 Rounds there. Think you get my point

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Not a bad coarse but what a ripoff over priced for a city coarse ill never go back thanks john tory

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If you take into account price vs location, it's one of the best around. Right by a subway stop in the heart of the city.

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Right in Jane and Finch ... The capital of Toronto

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Very nice atmosphere, nature is everywhere around you and there are plenty of open places as well.

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It's a good place for hiking, running and bicycle. But No map made it unconvient .

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I Finally Visited G. Ross Lord Park Back On Sunday, July 24, 2016 Ever since I was a kid back in the late 1970's, I always passed by this park whether by bus or foot since I lived just a few short blocks away from it and Never visited it up until Now! As I got much older, I started to become more interested in learning about this park since I thought that it was just a plain dam and that was all. Boy was I wrong! I was very fortunate to have Utkarsh Atmaram as my Guide. Together we walked all the way from Bathurst Street and Sheppard at 8:00 a.m. and eventually made it to this park after passing through Earl Bales Park on the way. Here is some background information about the G. Ross Lord Park: This extensive parkland, located in the West Don River valley north of Finch Avenue, was assembled in 1972 primarily for flood control purposes. The park was named after Dr. G. Ross Lord, P. Eng., in recognition of his service as the chairman of the former Metropolitan Toronto and Region Conservation Authority from 1958 to 1972. He advanced the cause of conservation for a further six years as a provincial appointee at the Authority. Dr. Lord was also one of Canada's foremost hydraulic and flood control engineers. A naturalization plan has been established for G.Ross Lord Park. During our visit we not only saw the dam, but we walked all the way around the dam. It was a little bit complicated, but we made it ! During our walk, we passed by many birds and saw some Russian Fisherman trying to catch their Carp for the day. Some actually did catch fish and we did take pictures to prove it! We also walked around some trails and even passed through the Westminster Cemetery in order to get around the dam, believe it or Not and Yes, the Cemetery was beautiful as well! During our Five (5) hour walk, we also saw a private horse stable too which came as a surprise since it was Not expected! I am just so glad that I went on this hike with Utkarsh Atmaram who is a highly qualified guide who has visited this park several times before. Thank you so much for Making My Sunday A Great Day! Sincerely yours, Howard Paul Shore Hiker Along With Utkarsh Atmaram, My Guide

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This park has two parts: The nature part and the playground/sports fields part. The nature path runs along a creek and is undergoing environmental conservation efforts so it has a very natural feel to it. A little piece of nature built into the city.

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If you like getting stoned while walking around with you're kids or jumped on by the many off leash dogs ...yes awesome place..oh and the drug supply is always following steedy out of 300 antbies Dr building.

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Lots of open space, very lively , when I went there was a few sports teams playing in different areas. Great for recreational sports, and some people were bbqing as well.

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One of my favourite places to hang out in toronto! Overlooking the Toronto Skyline you get a view of the CN tower from a different angle. Lovely place to come with friends to chill or a quiet place to read a book. Also the sunsets are amazing!

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Amazing park. Best view of the whole city. Great place to relax on a sunny day. Lots of space for sports and great hills for winter tobogganing.

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Went running through here. Has a track, and the park paths have a few challenging hills leading into and out of the park. Unexpectedly found myself running through a farm with charming scenic trails (Riverdale Park West) . Can't say that's happened before! Highly recommend for people looking for a great view of the city.

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Amazing hidden park with a great view of the skyline, you can enjoy a great day of tobboganning, picnicing, baseball, soccer, or just enjoying what you love to do.

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Great scenery. 3 baseball diamonds, a track, ice rink, tennis courts and a couple soccer fields. Only problem is large incline to go in and out of park with no steps.

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Great park for you and your family. They have a nice Waterpark along with basketball and space for any sport you want to play. Lots of land for you and your family to have a nice picnic and use enjoy the day. Great park for the area!

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An amazing place to take the kids. The water was extremely freezing. You need to check with them before going since they open at 10:30 am and not at 09:00 am as posted on their website. Plenty of parking. Few of the Staff are not friendly at all.

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Been going there for several years. Yes its a good fun place for a kids in a hot summer day. Yes it's free and parking is also free. Yes it's get very crowdy and you really have to find a parking spot. Yes the water is very very cold. Also your kids can also bump onto other kids and fall down...so have to really look after them if they are young. The staffs are mostly Chinese decedent and as per their culture are very rude in general.

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Great Park to play pokemon. It's safe and you can stay late catching pokemon and hacking pokestop.

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a good pokemon go spot! alot of people put lure here :)

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An abundance of pokestops, decent amount of space to roam around, and usually hosts fireworks and interesting public events. The garbage control could be better, since some spots smell pretty horrid. Parking could be better controlled during events, but it's pretty normal for parks to have poor traffic control.

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As a wind user I get terrible coverage, not pokemon go friendly.

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Tennis courts are amazing

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That park is great! But every time I take my american bull dog people assume he is a pit bull(nothing wrong with pit bulls). People seem mad racist here of me or my dog. Specially this one white guy who has a green van and he walks dogs. He saw my dog and was like "he should have a muzzle". I assure him he wasnt a pit bull and he is only 1 year old and is very friendly. But he continued "yeah till he starts to biting, it'll be a blood bath". Of course I cussed him off because thats my kid! Everytime I go there people just leave or say some messed up stuff about my dog. Never going to this park because of the people. If your not white with a bull dog, pitbull, or any big muscle dogs, dont go to this park! Dont get me wrong the park is well maintain and with a big field but the people there are racist! Not all, but most!

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A nice open space for walks, runs and checking out other people's dogs. I take my pup there whenever I can so he can socialize. Seems to be maintained well. Like the hill there a good place to run up and down it to exercise.

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It is an amazing off leash dog park. I have 2 huskies so off leash is not an option for me as my two love to run and find all the holes in the fence. The doors also are chained open. That is the only reason I rate it 3 star. Very nice area though to walk around in.

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Toronto is well known for it's ravine system, it's a lovely park and if you know your route you can cut through most of the city. Lack of facilities really stops this place from really being an amazing park.

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A great multi-use park in the heart of Toronto. This place is a hidden gem, unknown even to many locals. Part of the thrill is descending from street-level into Toronto's ravine system. There is a very nice, easy hike circuit through some beautiful and well-maintained forest. You can occasionally see into adjoining backyards and properties, but the illusion of a forest oasis is usually maintained. The playground is fun, if a bit dated, with swings, climbers, ziplines, etc. In the summer, older kids will enjoy playing by the creek. There is a "splash pad" and out buildings, but they are in pretty sad condition these days. There are plenty of picnic tables and lots of shade, so probably a decent place to enjoy an outdoor meal or party with friends. A dog paradise, with plenty of room to run. As far as I know it's off-leash and all dogs I've seen have been well-behaved.

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Amazing views. They have exceptional hiking trails.

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Great place to go. Weekend Parking is extremely hard. You will end up walking a lot, and parking far far away. So go early. Watch Youtube overview scarborough bluffs beach overview

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Amazing view! Great break from the GTA! Definitely a place to go with family and friends!

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Very nice park, well known for the incredible views of Lake Ontario and the marina below. Also very dangerous to ignore the warning signs. Don't be mislead by the large number of people blatantly ignoring the signs... people die here every summer due to ignorance.

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