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“Recognized as one of the most significant natural sites in Toronto, over one-third of High Park remains in a natural state. There is a pool, a zoo, a train for kids, and many many more things to discover!”
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“Beautiful park within walking distance. Great for a bike or families. There is a large castle play area, ice cream and a medicore zoo. Love this park for its beauty. Biggest in the city. ”
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“Take the pedestrian bridge at the bottom of Roncesvalles down to the Lakeshore. Walk along the boardwalk, cycle the trial, rent a canoe or a paddle board, or just sit on the beach and watch the birds and the sailboats.”
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Museum
“A little slice of Toronto history. This one of the top 3 private homes to visit that paints a vivid picture of Torontonian history. Complete the tour by visiting Mackenzie House and Montgomery Inn to get the full narrative of the early days of Toronto's history.”
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“Walk south on Roncesvalles until you hit the pedestrian bridge. Go to the beach and walk the boardwalk. ”
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Playground
“Possibly the largest outdoor playground in Ontario, the Jamie Bell Adventure Park is located by the Duck Pond, close to the High Park Blvd. entrance from Parkside Ave. An ice cream truck is conveniently located nearby on hot days! If I was a kid this is where I would hang out all the time. After all, this park was designed in part by children and children also helped building it. As with most attractions, the playground can be overwhelming -- especially for younger children -- on really busy days, such as (long) weekends.”
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公園
“Great little parkette. Small skating rink in winter, ping pong table in summer.”
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遊び場

Playground
“Possibly the largest outdoor playground in Ontario, the Jamie Bell Adventure Park is located by the Duck Pond, close to the High Park Blvd. entrance from Parkside Ave. An ice cream truck is conveniently located nearby on hot days! If I was a kid this is where I would hang out all the time. After all, this park was designed in part by children and children also helped building it. As with most attractions, the playground can be overwhelming -- especially for younger children -- on really busy days, such as (long) weekends.”
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ビーチ

Beach
“Just 5 minutes down the beach from your suite. Go for a walk and spend your day active, outside and exploring; head East toward the City along the boardwalk and walk your way into Downtown Toronto Harbour front. ”
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