Nature Trails near Toronto - Waterfront & Toronto Islands, Ontario

Toronto Waterfront & Toronto Islands

General boundary: Humber River to Don River; Gardiner Expressway to the Toronto Islands

The recently redesigned Queens Quay strip makes the Lake Ontario waterfront a stroller’s paradise. The Waterfront area offers a dynamic mix of parks, shopping, arts and culture, shops and restaurants, all connected by the Water’s Edge Promenade. Hop a ferry over to the nearby Toronto Islands, where beaches, a family amusement park and paved trails await.

City of Toronto!
Welcoming over 40 million visitors annually, Toronto is the leading tourism destination in Canada. This bold, dynamic city offers superb attractions, music and events backed by the best convention and sports facilities in Canada.
Toronto offers a wide variety of tourism options:
Music, film, sports, cultural, entertainment, performing arts, festival and events, international cuisine, parks and recreation, first-rate accommodations, and shopping, including 7 professional sports teams, 8,000 restaurants, more than 500 live music venues, more than 50 tour operators and over 100 attractions.

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Coronation and Battery Park Trail

Coronation Park was created in 1934 when the seawall was built from Strachan Avenue to Bathurst Street. Direction: Vehicles can enter Coronation Park from Lake Shore Boulevard West at the Strachan Avenue intersection. We would also direct you to read...

Lower Don Trail

The Lower Don Trail is a 4.7 kilometre section of multi-use trail for pedestrians and cyclists that runs along the Don River, from Pottery Road to Corktown Commons. Home to a wide array of plant and animal species, revitalization of sensitive natural habitat is...