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Tommy Thompson Park

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Address: Toronto Outer Harbour, Toronto, Ontario, Canada
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Urban Getaway

Always a relaxing respite from the city. Lots of birds, beaver, mink, deer. A great bike ride for kids and adults, whether or not choose to wear trousers is entirely up to you.

Reviewed 21 April 2017
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Reviewed 21 April 2017 via mobile

Always a relaxing respite from the city. Lots of birds, beaver, mink, deer. A great bike ride for kids and adults, whether or not choose to wear trousers is entirely up to you.

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Reviewed 8 April 2017

Great place to get away from the city with great views of Lake Ontario. Parking is free and has lots of room but they close it at 4:30pm, so make sure to have your vehicle out before then. There is a multi-use paved path for bicycles and walkers and a non-paved path for walkers only. Also, there are only portable... More 

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Reviewed 21 February 2017 via mobile

It's an easy, but long walk. Very flat with no gain in elevation at all; not that it is a bad thing, but it's a little boring. However it is a good change from the cityscape of Toronto, a little natural waterfront sanctuary for a short work out. Lots of joggers, bikers and walkers. Do bring sun shades, caps or... More 

Thank Chiucheong
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Reviewed 7 January 2017

A great walking, biking trail with different views of downtown and the Islands. No pets allowed and it goes out for kilometres. Great in all seasons for bird watching or just a quiet stroll, bike ride or run. Lots of water fowl can be seen and a great plac to bird watch during the Spring and Fall migration. Only open... More 

Thank Davidtisme
Toronto, Canada
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Reviewed 28 November 2016

This is a really well done nature preserve, the TRCA have done some really good restoration work here. There's some good places to see the Toronto skyline and lots of birds. Good place for photographers. There's a good amount of parking just outside the entrance. Be prepared for a long walk if you want to get to the tip of... More 

Thank SerenaTO152
Toronto, Canada
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Reviewed 19 November 2016

The Leslie Spit is undoubtedly the brightest bastion of zen among a city rife with chaos. The park is a fantastic way to get away from city life for a half-day and enjoy a picnic, some sculpture building and a fun bike ride all within view of Toronto's downtown. Definitely bring a camera and a bike, the shots are incredibly... More 

Thank bindstar
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Reviewed 15 November 2016

I just love bike riding in Tommy Thompson Park. There is no vehicular traffic to deal with It is a long stretch of road down at the foot of Leslie St known as the Leslie Street Spit The park is located on a man-made peninsula,which extends five km into Lake Ontario and is over 500 hectares in size. The park... More 

Thank di29di
Toronto, Canada
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Reviewed 18 October 2016

.....by bike or blades or foot. You cant believe that this is part of the city! Amazing views of the city skyline, Very nice trail, great escape. Worth exploring , you will be surprised

Thank Golfin2006
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Reviewed 6 October 2016

Most sunday mornings in spring and fall there are bird walks organised, I managed to get on one, there were only three of us including the guide, we saw some great birds and enjoyed a lovely walk, we ended our walk at the bird ringing station, well worth a visit and please leave them a donation, really nice people and... More 

Thank Gxcinoz
Toronto, Canada
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Reviewed 19 September 2016

we use this place for our bike ride and it always makes us happy... lots of animals.. birds and a great virew

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