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What a fantastic area, great for running, walking and just enjoying the outdoors We really enjoyed the wildlife, squirrels and never seen so many cormorants (or were they shaggs) in one place...
What a fantastic area, great for running, walking and just enjoying the outdoors We really enjoyed the wildlife, squirrels and never seen so many cormorants (or were they shaggs) in one place... more »
Trillium Park has the best views for a sunrise or sunset photo. Close to Toronto, its a favorite with many of the locals. Its a nice place to spend a lazy afternoon strolling along the waterfront or..... more
Trillium Park has the best views for a sunrise or sunset photo. Close to Toronto, its a favorite with many of the locals. Its a nice place to spend a lazy afternoon strolling along the waterfront or..... more »
A nice place to spend a lazy afternoon strolling in this piece of green space by Ontario Place. The waterfront provides a skyline view of downtown Toronto.
A nice place to spend a lazy afternoon strolling in this piece of green space by Ontario Place. The waterfront provides a skyline view of downtown Toronto. more »
Trillium Park is a hidden gem located in the heart of Toronto's waterfront. The park is a great place for a leisurely walk along the water, and offers stunning views of the iconic CN Tower. It's the perfect place to relax and take in the city's skyline, with plenty of spots to sit and enjoy the scenery with a friend or on your own. One of the great things about Trillium Park is its accessibility. It's located close to the X-hotel and Ontario Place, and there are plenty of bike share stations nearby. For those driving, there's parking available at a reasonable price. The park is also easily accessible by transit, making it a convenient destination for locals and tourists alike. The park is also dog-friendly, making it a popular spot for dog owners to take their furry friends for a walk. There are plenty of green spaces for dogs to run around and play, and even a dog fountain for them to cool off in. Trillium Park is also a great place to watch the sunset. As the sun sets over the water, the sky lights up in a beautiful array of colours, making for a truly breathtaking view. In addition, the park boasts clean and well-maintained public washrooms, which is always a plus. Overall, Trillium Park is a must-visit destination for anyone looking for a peaceful retreat in the heart of the city.
As a proposal photographer I have been to Trillium Park countless times. There's a reason! It is such a beautiful park with an incredible view of the skyline over the lake. It also feels like a slice of nature in the heart of the city. The trail that winds around the park and then over the bridge is really enjoyable and has a few very peaceful spots. Come at sunset to experience extra beauty. There are so many great photo opportunities here. The park can be particularly busy during events but usually not too bad. Also a great spot for people who love planes as they fly into Billy Bishop frequently and very low. Parking is expensive so plan to stay a while. Parking prices increase when there are concerts going on.
This park is far from the hustle and bustle of the city. It does take a while to walk through but you can also ride a bike. Excellent views of the Toronto skyline from here. Second only to the Toronto islands. Planes pass by here from time to time when landing or taking off from Billy Bishop Airport so it's not completely without city noises.
The best view of downtown Toronto on the river. The pictures and videos are awesome on the water. FYI You will pay to park, I think between $15-$20 dollars. I came about an hour before sunset to grab pictures of the city with and without the lights. I’m glad i stayed. The lights made the water sparkle. Restrooms are open to use, I think they are only cleaned once a day from what I saw. Dog park as well.
A beautiful park for family outing, picnic, walk, cycling, jogging, meditation, lake side enjoyment etc etc. Bycycles on rent just outside the park. Well maintained. Food joints (though closed presently due to COVID restrictions), neat and clean washrooms, pic perfect place. Saw some adventurous people having dip in the lake durign peak winters. Well connected.
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