In Toronto, this is my favorite park! The gardens, the Wilt River and the sunny brook are all connected. There are many secret places, and the natural scenery inside is the best. Suitable for bird watching, flower watching, walking, bicycling, picnic, exploration and so on. Love! Love! Super love!
In the golden autumn season, Edward Chai, who came with his niece, visited the park free of charge and had a long way to go. On the way, he saw the green plants in the ditch, the beautiful maple leaves falling on the surface of the water, dyed the river red, and the unparalleled quality of the air in the garden was the advantage of weekend walking exercise.
After breakfast, go to Edwards Gardens, one of Toronto's famous wedding photographs. From the last week of September to the first two weeks of October, there is a Thomas J. Bata Trail in the park for the best maple appreciation. It is in this section of the Trail that the winding paths are clear and the maple leaves "steal" are red. It is so brilliant that a large area of maple leaves are red and then fall into the stream. As the stream drifts slowly, they seem to be telling you fairy tales of autumn in a leisurely way. If you want to take a walk at weekend leisure and relax your muscles and bones, you must remember to walk in this path.
The scenery is good. It's a paradise in Toronto. It's very suitable for picnics and photography.
If you haven't seen the beauty of maple leaves, this is a must-see place, not inferior to provincial nature parks like Agangkun. The density of maple trees is good for me. The walking distance from one section to the other is also good. Along the maple stream, I look at the smooth pebbles, and the occasional pine trees say hi. I like this place.