Trinity Bellwoods Park, Toronto

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  • Located on Queen Street in downtown. For the cherry blossoms, went at the end of April. Cherry blossoms in Toronto's tree-lined channels and High Park is famous for. Along with the CN Tower cherry tree pictures, here is. Everyone was relaxed, people picnic under the trees. Around the Park, fashion shops. Worth going sightseeing during cherry blossom season, thought it is.
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  • Our friend lives in this area and was excited to show us this cool place. Its great to have a big green space just out of downtown to get away from the city noise. It has large open areas for picnics ...  more »
  • Trinity Bellwoods is flanked by rapidly gentrifying Ossington on the west and Queen St on the east. One of my favourite things here is actually the cherry blossoms in May-June. Great for an urban picn...  more »
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  • Trinity Bellwoods is my favourite park in Toronto. There's the dog bowl, the baseball diamonds, the rink in the winter time. It's a nice place to hang around. Always lots of interesting stuff going on, but it never feels too busy either.
  • One of the many great parks of Toronto. Especially great in the summer. Nice crowd. Wonderful for families. Super playground.
  • this is the place to be in Toronto as far as parks are concerned. Whether your playing Hockey in the winter or tennis or baseball in the summer. Everyone enjoys this park a chill place to burn one or enjoy some wine. Or take your dog to play or practice your music or speacual tricks. Not much better than this for down town don't expect it to be quiet. There is also an area for children to play.
  • Really nice park. Lots of people hanging out during the summertime. Ice-skating, softball fields, dog park-- something for everyone
  • The place is a perfect area for pic nics and daytime enjoyment. There are people of many shapes and sizes from all over. Pro: Open space to do anything, pet friendly and activity encouraging. Restaurants close and streetcars close for easy access. Bike lanes and washrooms. Space for family environments and sport enthusiasts. Cons: There is space for everyone which entails the people who leave their garbage laying around even though there are trash and recycling bins around every 100m. Lots of outdoor drinking and drug consumption. People tend to stay to themselves and the park is very well maintained. Some collectors can come around to cash in bottle and cans. To my knowledge it is open 24/7 and it is a great place to spend a summer afternoon for picnics, Frisbee throwing and pet walking. OR snow sliding, snowman building or snowball fighting in the winter.

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