Trees and Ravines

Trees are the guardians of Toronto’s unique ravine landscape. Join us to celebrate High Park’s amazing diversity of trees, its many beautiful ravines, and learn about the City of Toronto’s ravine strategy. We’ll visit and get to know the trees,…

The New Species on the Block

Some of the plants and animals in High Park have been here for thousands of years, but others are newer arrivals. These species may have come with settlers in the 1800s or earlier – sometimes on purpose, sometimes accidentally! Learn…

The New Species on the Block

Some of the plants and animals in High Park have been here for thousands of years, but others are newer arrivals. These species may have come with settlers in the 1800s or earlier – sometimes on purpose, sometimes accidentally! Learn…

Moth Walk

High Park is lucky enough to be a home to many incredible moths! As most moths are nocturnal, this special edition High Park Summer Hike will take place in the evening to maximize moth-viewing opportunities. Members of the Toronto Entomologists…

Call for a Ban on Fishing at High Park’s Grenadier Pond Time to put nature first

For at least a decade the High Park Natural Environment Committee (NEC) has been urging the City of Toronto to put an end to fishing at Grenadier Pond. The committee’s concerns are well documented in a series of letters to…

Sakura – Cherry Trees in High Park How this Japanese tradition came to High Park

High Park’s cherry trees are blooming! Vehicle access is closed in the park. For more information, including a map of locations, virtual tours and accessibility information visit the City’s Cherry Blossoms webpage. Please take care to respect wildlife and their…

Grenadier Pond Wetland Complex declared a Provincially Significant Wetland

We are pleased to announce that the Grenadier Pond Wetland Complex has been given “Provincially Significant Wetland” status by the Ontario government. The evaluation summary, conducted by Toronto Region Conservation for the Ministry of Northern Development, Natural Resources, and Forestry, …

Art In The Park

Please join us for our regular 90-minute Sunday walk. There are a number of beautiful sculptures and statues in the park – some tucked away and some in plain site. Art enthusiast and former teacher Grace Petrucci will introduce you…

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