High Park is the largest public park located north of Humber Bay west of downtown Toronto. It measures about 400 acres and runs all the way from The Queensway to the Bloor Street West. It is bounded by the Grenadier Pond, Parkside Drive and Ellis Park road.
The park features several
natural and recreational facilities including beautiful lakefronts, hiking trails, a dog park, a zoo, children’s playgrounds, picnic areas, eateries, diverse vegetation, bird watching and much more. It is easily accessed either using the public transport or private means with a convenient parking available for the motorists.
The two adjacent neighborhoods utilize the park’s popular name, one is the High Park North which is situated to the east and north of the park, and the second is High Park-Swansea situated west of the park. A unique feature of the High Park-Swansea is being the only Toronto neighborhood with a pod, a river and a lake being parts of the boundaries.
Both High Park neighborhoods are hilly and mainly residential with most of the residents being the middle class, and young families with school going children.
The houses include Tudor, Victorian, lofts, condominiums, apartments, semi-detached houses, bungalows and rental apartment buildings. Beautiful trees line up the streets, further adding to the beauty and calmness of the High Park[maxbutton name=”Free Quote”] [gdl_gallery title=”Interiortourrenohighpark” width=”200″ height=”200″ ]