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Humber Bay Park East, Toronto

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  • We just moved to the city and wanted to go to an off leash dog park. I saw this place on yelp and decided to give it a go. Its at the very end of Humber Bay with parking available. Signs said the park...  more »
  • Have only walked and explored the east portion of the park as it is divided to a Eas and West section with a river splitting the 2 parks. I use the park mainly for close-up birding photography as 3 in...  more »
  • A picturesque spot for walks & a good meeting place, many people choose to relax at the park near the lake, also a great spot to capture photos and also seen some making videos near by. A popular not-...  more »
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  • Walk, skate, ride a bike... It doesn't matter. Serenity and peace is all around. The bird singing has a soothing effect almost hypnotic. The water and the luscious green along with the local swan take you out of this world but hurry up and come before some idiot decide to place more condo towers all over. Don't forget the spirit house.
  • Hunger bday park (East and West both) is the priest park in all Toronto. With lake all around and amazing night views of the city. Plus the butterfly garden is right next door to it. The waterfront trail goes through this area also. Plenty of municipal parking. You can use the Green P app for parking, which is nice if you can't get back to your car to plug the meter.
  • This is a really great park. I come here often in the early morning on weekends to take photos. Great view of the lake and the city skyline. Lots of wild life and nice scenery.
  • Nice small park with nice views and lots of birds (at least when I went during sunset on a mid April 2017 evening). Not full of people. Good for quiet walks or bird watching. Parking is monitored between May and September.
  • Great trails and views of the lake here. Parking is best at Humber park nearby.