Tennis courts, Baseball diamonds, Swimming pool, Ice skating rink, Soccer fields, Bike paths, Hiking trails
Dog park, Zoo, Wading pool
High Park is one of Toronto's largest parks and features an abundance of amenities. Particularly popular in April or May when the Cherry Blossom trees bloom, the park has something for everyone. With tons of walking and biking trails you can come back time and time again and still find new areas to explore.
Farmers market, Outdoor movie nights, Baseball diamonds, Dog park, Tennis court, Volleyball court, Playground, Wading pool
One of Toronto's more popular parks, Trinity Bellwoods is conveniently located near the heart of the west end. With a weekly farmers market and some of the best restaurants in Toronto located next door, it's a definite must check out.
Baseball diamond, Bike trail, Dog park, Outdoor table tennis, Outdoor track, Playground Pool, Outdoor rink
With 18-hectares Riverdale East is a tad bit larger than its western counterpart and boasts some of the best views of the Toronto skyline. It also manages to cram in an impressive amount of amenities while still providing fantastic hiking and biking trails.
Cricket pitch, Bike trail, Dog park, Wading pool, Baseball
While smaller than the eastern park, Riverdale West still has a lot to offer. The park has several fantastic trails and one of the cities only cricket pitches.
Bike trail, Hiking trails
Located minutes from downtown, Tommy Thompson Park is certainly the most unique park on this list. The peninsula is completely man made and extends some 5 km into Lake Ontario. If you're looking for something a bit out of the ordinary, then Tommy Thompson Park is definitely worth visiting.
Dog park, Fire pit, Playground, Splash pad, BBQs
The former site of an industrial estate, Corktown Commons has become one of Toronto's most picturesque parks. Immaculately maintained, this park bosts diverse habitats including marshes, urban prairies, and playgrounds.
Dog park, Splash pad, Playground
While certainly one of the smaller parks in Toronto, Grange Park makes this list due to its fantastic location. Located only blocks away from Chinatown, Queen St. W, and the Financial District, Grange Park provides a small oasis from some of the busiest parts of the city. Also, the titanium blue back side of the AGO is pretty cool too.
Beach, Bike trail, Fire pit, Picnic site
Located right next to Woodbine Beach, Ashbridge's Bay has one of the most beautiful boardwalks in Toronto. It's also one of the best spots for a picnic and from what i've heard, is a fantastic spot for bird watching.