The maple leaf garden at Toronto's High Park in summer

High Park

Tree-lined streets, neighbourhood eats and kid-friendly fun make this pocket of the west a relaxing place to explore.

This area adjacent to the 400-acre High Park is a hive of activity year-round. From Eastern European festivals to summer activities by the lake, there’s much to see and do. 

Don't miss:

  • The Junction’s live music and hip neighbourhood bars
  • A family-friendly main street and healthy eateries in Roncesvalles
  • High Park for the spring cherry blossoms and year-round walking trails
  • Ukrainian restaurants in Bloor West Village
  • Renting stand-up paddleboards in Sunnyside

BOUNDARIES: Sorauren Avenue to the east, Humber River to the west, Dundas Street West to the north and Lake Ontario to the south.

PUBLIC TRANSIT (TTC): Line 2 Bloor-Danforth subway stations (Jane to Dundas West). 504 streetcar.

High Park Neighbourhoods

The boardwalk and bathing pavilion at Sunnyside Beach in Toronto's west end
People participate in Open Streets TO, a program that opens streets to people and closes them to cars, encouraging participation in physical activity and healthy recreation
Street art in Toronto's The Junction neighbourhood
People sit outside on the patio of Mitzi's café on Sorauren Avenue in the Roncesvalles neighbourhood