Nature Trails near Toronto - Etobicoke, Ontario

Toronto Etobicoke

General boundary: Etobicoke Creek to Jane Street; Steeles Avenue to Lake Ontario

A west-end community known for its quiet charm, Etobicoke (the “k” is silent) packs a lot of punch into its neighbourhoods. Albion Islington Square is a unique shopping district that is home to Toronto’s highest concentration of jewelers who specialize in 22- and 24-karat gold and diamond designer jewelry. You’ll also find a variety of shops, salons and multicultural restaurants, including ones that offer South Asian and Caribbean delicacies.

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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Colonel Samuel Smith Park

Colonel Samuel Smith Park is one of Toronto’s newest and largest waterfront parks. It is located at the south end of Kipling Avenue, in the community of New Toronto near its border with Long Branch. Much of the park was created from lake fill in front of the...

Humber Arboretum & West Humber Valley Discovery Walk

The Humber Arboretum & West Humber Valley Discovery Walk leads you on a loop through the West Humber River valley on a mixture of paved, hard-packed and grass trails. You can start at the Humber Arboretum (adjacent to Humber College) or at the Humberwood Centre....

Humber Arboretum Trails

Humber Arboretum Trails vary in their difficulty and accessibility. Near the main entrance at the back of Humber College, level and gently sloping paths are made up of interlocking stone and hard-packed gravel that can take you through the ornamental gardens. By...

Humber Bay Butterfly Habitat

The Humber Bay Butterfly Habitat (HBBH) is an ecological restoration project that provides critical habitat for a variety of native butterfly species. Located along the shores of Lake Ontario in Toronto’s west end, HBBH incorporates a diversity of native...

Lambton House Hotel & Lower Humber River Discovery Walk

The Lambton House Hotel & Lower Humber River Discovery Walk leads you on a loop through the lower Humber River valley between Dundas Street and Bloor Street. Although you can begin this walking tour at any place along the route, a good starting point is the...