It is a good park for walking. Be sure to visit the botanical garden. We also caught up with the rear exhibition of the Tulip Garden, which is also very beautiful. It is not a problem to find a place to park on Monday afternoon. The patches on trees and bushes are also interesting!
I came back from Toronto Island, and it was early to see. I found Toronto and Highland Park. I took a bus from Chinatown. Then the traffic was all by walking, and I even walked back to the hotel. The number of steps that day exceeded 35,000.
It is a free park. And it is very local. There are many squirrels and birds living here, and they are not afraid of people at all. The most representative is the blossoming cherry blossoms, which is also very Japanese.
Highland Park is a very nice park in downtown Toronto. It is well-designed and shaded by trees. It changes from city to country in a second, and you can see birds of various colors flying around in minutes. Natural breath. In summer, there are often open-air concerts here, when it will be very lively.
A large free park, the subway station is next to it, there are many free parking in the park, parking is convenient. Look at cherry blossoms in May, see maple leaves in October, at this time the leaves are green drops, just wander around. There are a lot of people on weekends, they are dragging their families to take a leisure. Squirrels walk everywhere, the goose duck is not afraid of people, a school of harmony.
Preston_Dominguez: 1873 Bloor St W, Toronto, Ontario M6R 2Z3, Canada
Jeremy_Dodson: I recommended High Park,Colborne Lodge,Butterfly Garden,Bloor West Village,Roncesvalles Village