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Ashbridge's Bay Park, Toronto

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#22 of 79 in Parks in Toronto
Ashbridge's Bay is a bay and park in Toronto, Ontario, Canada. It is located along Lake Shore Boulevard next to Woodbine Beach in the Beaches. The Martin Goodman Trail and boardwalk run through the park along the bay. The boardwalk runs 3km from Ashbridge's Bay in the west to the R. C. Harris Water Treatment Plant in the east along Lake Ontario. It was once part of the marsh that lay east of Toronto Islands and Toronto Harbour.
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  • Any waterfront park has a natural advantage, but there's a difference between good and great. This area has incredible potential. Unfortunately, the City of Toronto has no vision for this area and it ...  more »
  • Lot's of greenery, paved trails, sailing marinas, and beautiful views of the Toronto skyline. Playgrounds, parking for a moderate fee. Only downside is that most of the park is quite a way from the pa...  more »
  • This park and Woodbine Beach sit on Lake Ontario and are a quick trip from downtown water front (once you get out of traffic) if you want to be able to lay out and get into the water. A few eateries l...  more »
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  • Lovely in the summer. Watch the boats in the marina, have a picnic, grab a coffee. Nice green space on the lake. Boaters can launch their boats there too. Just if you park there be careful you don't park in the space reserved for cars/trucks and trailers. (the double spots are reserved for them).
  • Peaceful and winding trails. Views of the lake and sheltered bays. Beside the beach so swimming is possible in late July and August when the lake warms up. Nice place to dock overnight but remote to most services. At least a 20 minute walk to the restaurants and LCBO on Queen Street. Can be loud if a volleyball tournament is on.
  • Great view of the city and the lake. Quiet place to relax and enjoy nature. Can't wait till the weather gets warmer!
  • Lots of open grass covered spaces. Nice place to go cycling, jogging or walking. Very very busy during summer. Paid parking fills up fast. Public washrooms are available just off the boardwalk. The park has a picnic shelter that can be booked though the city of Toronto parks and Recreation department. TTC stops are along the park and it’s convenient to get here from anywhere on the network. There are a couple of Pizza Pizza concession stands along the boardwalk.
  • We visit this place almost every day; great for walking on the boardwalk; dog watching; picture taking; and soaking up the vibes. Great family destination and perfect place for retirees to walk and enjoy a couple hours. The picturesque view changes daily. Great community.
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