Canadian Cliff Park is located on Lake Ontario in Scarborough, Toronto. The park is a natural sight, not far from the city. People who stay in the downtown area for a long time like to come here for barbecue, boating, seagulls on the lake, and lovely Canadian geese.
The park is located at the eastern end of the city's lake, with beaches and shipping ports. Seeing the boundless, sparkling blue lake, there is a pleasant, open-minded feeling. The water is so clear, the sky is so blue, so far-sighted, can see very far and very high, in this environment, people have to temporarily put aside the usual worries and worries, I think this is the magic charm of nature. There are berths on the east side of the park. Many private yachts and sailboats are parked. Their owners must be members of yachts or sailing clubs. They rent a berth here. In their spare time, they drive their own boats and love boats and enjoy themselves in the broad lake. The garden is littered with ovens, and visitors can barbecue with only some charcoal. The whole cliff park is free.
Cliff Park is located half an hour drive away from Toronto on the shore of Lake Ontario. The scenery here is beautiful. It is totally natural and beautiful. There are no artificially carved traces. Near the lake, there is a cliff over 60 meters high. So it is named. It is also a good place for picnic.
Scarborough Cliff Park in Toronto is also Lake Ontario, but the lakeshore here is especially rocky. I don't know whether nature is like this or put it on later. I don't care if I'm from the south of the Yangtze River. I really like mountains and rivers. Now I don't have a chance to travel around. Here I try my best to find mountains and rivers, where is my cousin, but my leg. Short, it's the same view from the cliff. When I saw it on the spot, I really stopped breathing and took a few pictures. Taimei's mobile camera is really limited. It's actually a cliff (the park is located at the southernmost end of Brimley, and it's driving south all the time on Brimley).
It's the tallest Park in Toronto, but the natural scenery is OK. Many people come here to camp and barbecue, but it's only half an hour away from downtown driving anyway. Free parks can even see people sailing in the summer, but the breadth of Lake Ontario and its own color do not make a big difference to the ocean.
Behind my school is this cliff park. If you come to Toronto and have enough time, you can come here for a walk. But if you come here by bus from downtown for a special trip, you don't think it's necessary for you to feel that way. But the beach is still suitable for a walk. I often go there calmly after my exam mentality explodes. Chill....