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  • Evergreen Brick Works

    550 Bayview Ave, Suite 300,

    A former brick making factory, Evergreen Brick Works is now Canada's first large-scale community environmental centre that inspired and equips visitors to live, work and play more sustainably. Named by National Geographic as one of the world's top 10 geotourism destinations in 2010, it features a local farmers'…

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  • Yonge Dundas Square

    1 Dundas St. E.,

    Yonge-Dundas Square is a unique focal point of the downtown Toronto community. The Square is designated for use as a public open space and as an event venue that can accommodate events of various sizes. You'll discover a wide range of activities on the Square: community celebrations, theatrical events, concerts,…

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  • Kew Gardens in the Beaches

    2075 Queen St. E,

    Located in the heart of the Beaches, this park hosts many community and special events, including the Beaches International Jazz Festival, an annual Canada Day celebration and skating in the winter. The gardens run from Queen Street East down to the boardwalk and the beach.

  • Kortright Centre

    9550 Pine Valley Drive,

    The Kortright Centre for Conservation is Ontario's premier environmental and renewable energy education and demonstration centre. Situated 10 minutes north of Toronto, on 325 hectares of pristine woodlands, Kortright Centre combines a natural oasis with some of the most leading edge sustainable education programs and…

  • Yorkville Park

    Cumberland St & Bellair St,

    This unique park, in Yorkville District, features a birch grove, a wildflower meadow to a pine forest and a massive granite outcrop. The park has won a number of international design awards, and Torontonians are divided: they either love it or hate it!

  • Earl Bales Park

    4169 Bathurst St,

    Earl Bales Park is located on the site of the old York Downs Golf Course in the West Don River valley. Tees and greens can still be recognized in the park landscape. The property was originally owned and settled by John Bales, the great grandfather of Robert Earl Bales. The historic Bales homestead, built in 1824,…

  • Adventure Valley

    7015 leslie st.,

    SUMMER DAY CAMP & EVENT VENUE We are extremely fortunate to have a central location with a magnificent setting, featuring... 20 acres of pristine parkland 9 Tennis courts Outdoor barbecue and picnic areas Two outdoor swimming pools Basketball court Soccer field Hiking trails Playing fields Huge parking lot Air…

  • Ashbridges Bay / Woodbine Beach

    1684 Lakeshore Blvd. E.,

    One of the most beautiful beaches for volleyball in the world with hundreds of nets and thousands of players and spectators

  • Allen Gardens

    191 Gerrard Street East,

    Allan Gardens Conservatory is over 100 years old and has over 16,000 square feet of greenhouse area. This garden is open to the public year-round. It contains tropical plants from all over the world from palm trees to cacti. There are also seasonal plantings throughout the year. Enjoy 60 minute tours of these…

  • Black Creek Pioneer Village

    1000 Murray Ross Parkway,

    At Black Creek Pioneer Village history will come to life as you immerse yourself in the surroundings, customs and lifestyles of Ontario's early rural villagers. Before we had electricity, moving water was the engine that turned the mill wheels of rural Canada, grinding grain into flour and providing a focal point for…

  • Eglinton Flats

    3601 Eglinton Ave W,

    Eglinton Flats Park - South East Quadrant near Topham Pond

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  • Boyd Conservation Area

    8739 Islington Ave,

    Hiking: Explore the trails which wind through the beautiful Humber River valley at Boyd Conservation Area. Bird Watching: Hundreds of species of birds take advantage of the varied habitats at Boyd. ----------- Visitor Info: Hours April 30: Weekdays: 9am - 7pm Weekends: 9am - 7pm Hours May: Weekdays: 9am -…

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