The Top Parks for kids in Toronto

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Published Sep 14, 2017

Kids love to enjoy and learn while playing naturally. Here are some great natural play places in Toronto where your kids can spend an awesome playful day.

There are many places in Toronto where you and your kids can have fun. These places engage your kids and help them to explore their strengths and weakness. There are many great parks in Toronto where you can spend a wonderful day with your kids. We have compiled a list of few of such awesome parks in Toronto city!

Oriole Park – Neshama Playground

This is a midtown park that is located few meters away from Davisville station. It is one of the best places for kid’s attractions in Toronto, Canada. The flat surface makes it accessible for the wheelchair. This playground is friendly for children who have autism. 

The kids of any problem can play here. Toddlers have their area where they can enjoy. Older kids have their territory to play. You can also carry bathing suit and towel to spend some time in the water.

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Kew Garden

Kew Gardens is a large park in The Beaches neighbourhood of Toronto, Ontario, Canada. The park stretches from Queen Street East to Lake Ontario at Kew Beach.

This garden is based on castle theme. There are wooden structures, bounce, and slides. There are many water fountains, wading pool and jungle gym. It is also home to facilities including tennis courts, a baseball diamond, a wading pool, and in winter, a skating rink.

The kids, teens, and adults can enjoy playing different games the entire day. The medieval village surrounds this garden.

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Corktown Common

This park is situated at Don River. It spreads in 18 acres. It has more than 700 trees and many shrubs and plants. It is a modern playground with metal slides and sandy base that is built in hills. Kids can enjoy on swing sets and run in the sprinkler area. Since nature always provides great opportunities to learn, kids can also get more knowledge about plant trees and how to protect themselves effectively from harmful pests.

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Dufferin Grove Park

There are a play area and wooden fun zone under a canopy. Many trees make the mini woodland. Your kids can enjoy sandboxes and wading pool. Don’t forget to carry extra clothes and towels. Your kids can sharpen their skills by constructing dams and bridges with the sand pits. You can also enjoy a cup of coffee with muffins and other snacks.


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Jamie Bell Adventure Park

This park is spread over 400 acres. The playground is based on the theme of medieval age village. Your kids can enjoy a day on swings and roam like knights in the ground. Children love to run around towers that have theme paintings. This is the best place for a picnic. There are many tables, fountains, and benches.  


Lithuania Park 

It is famous for Toboggan hill. After the snow melts, it is one of the best spots for kids. Kids and teens can enjoy playing in the wading pool. They can enjoy slides and climbing structures. You can also enjoy watching Sun.

High Park

High Park is Toronto's largest public park. It features many hiking trails, sports facilities, diverse vegetation, a beautiful lakefront, convenient parking, easy public transit access, a dog park, a zoo, playgrounds for children, a couple of eateries, greenhouses, picnic areas, a bunch of squirrels and various events throughout the year. So overall one of the best parks in Toronto for your family to have lots of fun.


Little Norway Park

Little Norway Park is a small park in the Harbourfront area of Toronto, Ontario, Canada at the southwest corner of Bathurst Street and Queens Quay West. The park is just north of the Western Channel into Toronto Harbour..

The park features a baseball diamond and soccer pitch, playground and wading pool, public washrooms, as well as landscaped gardens and art installations. Basically things for every one in the family to enjoy.

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Trinity Bellwoods Park

Trinity Bellwoods Park is a public park located in the west end of Toronto, Canada, bordered by Queen Street West on the south and Dundas Street on the north.

The diverse variety of native and imported trees planted throughout the park, in various stages of growth from young to mature, provide a brilliant display of fall colour against the deep green grass. In winter the night view of the Toronto skyline rising above the ravine is extraordinarily beautiful.

The park features volleyball court, large playground, tennis courts, soccer field and children's outdoor wading pool

The park has a community recreation centre with indoor pools, gymnasium, fitness centre, indoor walking/running tracks. 


Withrow Park

Withrow Park is located in the Riverdale neighbourhood of Toronto. The park features two ball diamonds, a multipurpose sports field, two outdoor tennis courts, a volleyball court, a dog off-leash area, a wading pool and a children's playground. In the middle of the park is the Withrow Park Outdoor Artificial Ice Rink. 


These are some of the top places in Toronto where you can enjoy the whole day with your kids and family. So, what are you waiting for? Just plan and enjoy.


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Emily Taylor

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