Maps and Directions – Toronto’s High Park

COVID-19 measures are in effect

Many regular programs are suspended.

Please stay on trail and avoid trampling plants while practising physical distancing.

All dogs must be on leash in High Park except in designated off-leash areas.

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High Park is located at 1873 Bloor Street West in the City of Toronto, west of the city core and close to Lake Ontario. This large urban park extends from Bloor Street south to The Queensway, and is bordered on the east by Parkside Drive.

About 70% of High Park is designated as a protected area due to its outstanding natural features. Please stay on marked trails and respect all park rules while you enjoy your visit to this very special place.

HIGH PARK MAP

View the park map online or download it for offline use.

TIP: High Park is large and hilly. The map’s number/letter grid helps with general orientation.
You can use the map to find your way around or to agree on a meeting place.

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Explore High Park
A Guide to Toronto's High Park

Discover why High Park is a perfect place to explore nature right in the city! You will also get ideas for your visit and learn about park amenities, recreational facilities and volunteer opportunities.

OPEN High Park GUIDE

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Spring Bees

Cellophane bees are one of the first insects you can see in the dry open areas of the oak savannah. Read more about bees in High Park »

Eastern Comma. Photo: Bob Yukich

Butterflies in Spring

Eastern Commas are one of the park's earliest butterflies. They fly on warm spring days after overwintering as adult butterflies, hibernating in tree bark cracks and other crevices. Read more about butterflies in High Park »

Red-winged Blackbird male. Photo: David Beadle

Setting Up Territory

Red-winged blackbirds, robins, cardinals - and many more! High Park's resident breeding birds are already busy establishing their territory. Read more about birds of High Park »

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What's New?

Tuesday, April 20 – TRCA’s 2019 Terrestrial Biological Inventory of High Park

SEE NEW LINK BELOW! Learn about the Toronto & Region Conservation Authority’s methodology, findings and observations as presented in the final High Park Terrestrial Biological Inventory Report, 2019. There will be an opportunity to ask questions about the report. Urban…

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