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Trinity Bellwoods Park, Toronto
(4.2/5 based on 75+ reviews on the web)
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  • Beautiful park. Great option for couples ride in sunny days of summer. Located in a privileged region of the city.
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  • Went for a walk with a friend with a takeaway coffee and it was nice. No long walks to do, but nice place for sitting on a bench for a chat. Lovely autumn colours and views of the CN tower. 
  • Unfortunately when I visited this centrally located Toronto park, it was rainy and overcast. This did not detract from the wonderful greenery of established trees while on sunnier days the ability to ...  more »
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  • Trinity Bellwoods is great when you're showing someone Toronto in the summer. It is one of the staples. Personally it's not my favourite as it is crowded and full of hipsters. Sometimes the ambience here is more like being at a disco than at a park. If you want a very social park experience you're guaranteed a good time here.
  • Great park. Big, lots of things to do. Nice playground, tennis courts, dog park. Busy on the weekend with a lot of people hanging out, picnicing. Very social. It's typically a fairly young crowd and people do occasionally drink/smoke so if you're looking for quiet, privacy or 100& G-rated, not for you.
  • What's a trip to Toronto without checking out the culture in the classic trinity bellwoods. It's a great place, and it's always chock full of interesting characters. Super fun and cool place to visit or hang out on a towel for the days catching rays.
  • This is my favourite park in the downtown area of the city. It's usually very busy in the summer, but it's a very big park and there's enough room for everyone. I've never had a problem finding space to throw a ball or frisbee; however, it's not the ideal park for a sport that requires a lot of open space (e.g. Soccer). The park is also surrounded by amazing food and coffee shops along Queen and Ossington streets. It's also a short walk from Little Italy. Note: if dogs aren't your thing, then this isn't the park for you. They have an off leash section in a semi-enclosed area in the middle of the park.
  • Great park to go with the family, kids, or friends. You can hang out and enjoy a coffee, play tennis and enjoy people watching. There is always something interesting going on from drumming circles to ping pong tournaments. Also great to throw a child birthday party near the play ground, which lots of parents do.