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The Toronto Inukshuk Park

Address: 789 Lake Shore Blvd W, Toronto, Ontario M6K 3C3, Canada

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[Attraction Guide] Exclusive first special shooting sharing recommended 2 locations connected park: The Toronto Inukshuk Park is located at the junction of Lake Shore Blvd West and Ontario Place Blvd in Toronto, about 5 kilometers away from downtown Toronto, belonging to Lake Ontario Two of the tourist attractions next to the lake shoreline, Stoneman Park is very wide and peaceful, with many trees and green grass everywhere, and colorful wooden chairs for tourists to relax and enjoy the stunning scenery of Lake Ontario , The most eye-catching is the huge and stunning Inukshuk stone art sculpture of the landmark of the park. Inukshuk is from the Canadian aboriginal Inuit people who piled up stones to form various symbols of different shapes such as human figures and towers. , The purpose is to let the same people identify the direction and the role of guiding the way. It is also the logo sign of the 2010 Winter Olympics in Vancouver, Canada. Trillium Park and Toronto Rockman Park are connected to each other. The name of the park is based on the province of Ontario. Named for the flower Trillium, the range is also very wide and peaceful. There are various flowers and trees everywhere. Next to the park is Lake Ontario. The scenery on the lakeside is beautiful and picturesque. The lake and the sky are connected, and occasionally the breeze seems to blow. The whole person is immersed in the embrace of nature, and it feels very beautiful and comfortable, which is really awesome! There are also many different facilities in the park, such as: William and David Promenade, romantic garden, leisure pavilion, barbecue area, and moccasin logo carved bridge, etc. Standing on the bridge, you can overlook the entire shore of Lake Ontario and the city of Toronto. The incomparable beautiful landscape is intoxicating and shocking, it is really unforgettable! When you come to Toronto to travel, don’t forget to come here to check in and see this intoxicating and shocking attraction! Destination: Toronto, Canada. Suggested play time: 2 hours. Best for young and old couples. Detailed address: 789 Lake Shore Blvd West, Toronto, ON.M5V 3T7. Transportation strategy: Take the subway line 🟢 to Bathurst station by car and switch to streetcar 511. Get off at Princes's Blvd at Strachan Avenue Station and walk for 4 minutes. Take the subway line 🟡 to Union Station and change streetcar 509 to Manitoba Dr at Strachan Avenue West Side Station and get off for 6 minutes on foot. Opening Hours: Open all day Ticket Price: Free Highlights Features: Visit the landmark giant stone sculptures in the park, the romantic garden, the William and David promenade, and the stunning views overlooking Lake Ontario and the city of Toronto. Charm Tips: Just 3 minutes on foot, you can drop by to Ontario Place, Ontario Amusement Palace. Visit

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  • Margo7850p

    A busy park full of life and activities to go with your family

    Great relaxing place with a nice view of the lake. Nice place to go for a walk. Lots of beautiful green grass anf a wonderful view of the lake Ontario and boats near the marina. There is a large grass...

    Reviewed on /Date(1564800718000+0800)/
  • Brian M
    Brian M
    Hartford, Connecticut

    Between the City and the "Sea"

    Toronto Inukshuk Park is what I would imagine parks were designed to be before we added the words "theme" and "amusement" to them: serene. This park does that amazingly, considering its proximity to t...

    Reviewed on /Date(1560754164000+0800)/
  • burr6013
    Mississauga, Ontario, Canada

    Home to One of the Largest Inukshuks in North America

    Formerly known as Battery Park, Toronto Inukshuk Park is home to the Toronto Inukshuk. An inukshuk is an Inuit stone structure often found in arctic landscapes. It serves as a guide to travelers by pr...

    Reviewed on /Date(1559737717000+0800)/
  • theprincessandqueen
    San Francisco, California


    Inukshuk Park is gorgeous. I stumbled across it while taking a walk around the area and it was beautiful! Would recommend walking or biking through it.

    Reviewed on /Date(1526658857000+0800)/
  • R0BS411
    Berryville, Virginia

    Cool Park

    This is a cool park to visit with a large Inukshuk statue. It’s right on the lakeside. Great views, good place for pictures. We visited while waiting for a hockey game to start. It was cold and th...

    Reviewed on /Date(1522125932000+0800)/

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