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Bluffers Park, Toronto

Categories: Nature & Parks
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4.3/5 based on 90+ reviews on the web
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  • The park was large and near water which is the best feature. Disappointing was the view was not exciting an location too far to get to. 
  • Driving down near the marina and then walking out to the bluffs at Bluffers Park is truly a wonderful experience. The natural sand carvings of nature are truly spectacular. Be sure to take a camera or...  read more »
  • Walking along the top of the Scarborough Bluffs, a long stretch of 300 foot high Ice Age sedimentary deposits, gives you a wonderful view of the vastness of Lake Ontario. You also see the man-made, pe...  read more »
  • I wouldn't come here directly for the beaches themselves. In fact, there is quite a bit if litter due to the amount of visitors. However the scenery which you can see here is quite nice. You would never have thought there was such a nice place in our busy metropolis. The best scenery you can see though, you will have to take a few risks. You'll know what I mean once you arrive. Happy travelling =)
  • Wonderful park! Views are amazing from top and below. Plenty of walking and things to see. There is a bay with beach, street runoff water filtration system.
  • I did not expect much since I have been to other equally beautiful natural places before but I ended up having an enjoyable time. I recommend visiting 1) CATHEDRAL BLUFFS LOOKOUT at the top, which provides panoramic views of the beach and Lake Ontario, and 2) BLUFFER'S PARK below the lookout for views of the volcano-like landscape. Bluffer's Park also has beautiful green spaces for picnics and strolls. It is possible to hike down from the lookout to the beach but the terrain can be really steep and muddy. Swimming can be tricky. For one, the water can be cold (we visited in spring) and muddy from all the sand coming from the bluffs. There are also jetskiers close to shore, which can make swimming unpleasant. Parking is available both near the lookout at Cecil Crescent (free) and Bluffer's Park (paid).
  • Beautiful gorgeous cliff, which reminds me of the White Cliffs of Dover. This place is cordoned off by a fence but nobody cares anyways and walk over. Be careful not to stand too close to the edges, you may fall and it's very steep! Other than that, enjoy the view!
  • Great place to go. Weekend Parking is extremely hard. You will end up walking a lot, and parking far far away. So go early. Watch Youtube overview scarborough bluffs beach overview
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