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Sunnyside Park, Toronto

(4.7/5 based on 10+ reviews on the web)
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  • How fortunate we were to find this wonderful park/beach on the edge of Lake Ontario during our visit to Toronto. The beach is beautiful, very clean, and swimming is permitted in the lake. Several tree...  more »
  • Amazing place to walk and take in the view during the summer. The west side is quieter and more suited to families. Easily hit you 10k steps for you day and not even feel it.  more »
  • Park located on a strip between Lake Shore Boulevard and Lake Ontario. Martin Goodman Trail passes through the park. Lifeguards are on duty in the beach during summer. The boardwalk is nice along shor...  more »
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  • Large, clean, expansive park running from the Humber River to the Exhibition. Nice, new play-strucutres for the kids, wading pool, Gus Ryder Olympic-sized swimming pool, gymnastics-style athletic workout area. Sunnyside Pavillion has beach volleyball courts and a nice lakeside patio restaurant. The entire park offers beautiful, unobstructed views across Lake Ontario. Great spot for kids. Usually an ice-cream truck parked there somewhere. Lots of Green P parking butted-up against Lakeshore Blvd W. Take the kids down and enjoy!
  • Nice park.. We just had a family get together at this park.... Very nice, next to lake Ontario water front..
  • The entire beach needs to be professionally taken care of. Everyone sits in one general area when there is much more beach that can be used if it was taken care of better.
  • Whether it's running, biking, walking or just hanging out in the park, it's one of the nicest places in the GTA! Lots of green space, trails and beautiful waterfront scenery
  • Beautiful area to visit for the sunrise, make sure to sit at the tip of one of the peninsulas if you're there to watch it. Lots of grass and places to sit, nice walk, great view of the downtown landscape.