Tommy Thompson Park

Tommy Thompson Park is a great place for walks and cycling along 10 kilometers of nature paths with wonderful views of Toronto’s cityscape. It’s also the home of remnants of demolition materials turned haphazardly into art along the shore of Lake Ontario.

Thousands of people visit the park on weekends during the summer months but it’s also a wonderful place to visit during the fall when it’s less crowded. Regardless of the time you go, you have the pleasure of being away from the city but also the comfort of knowing that it’s still nearby.

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6 Responses to Tommy Thompson Park

  1. Kathie B says:

    My hometown’s marina has long had whimsical sculptures made of all manner of debris and junk. They always tickled my funny bone when we’d drive past. Then again, I’m not the average (golden) bear. 😉

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  2. Ilda says:

    Thanks for introducing me to this park, Emanuel. One day I hope to visit it.

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  3. Alex Antunes says:

    Gostei das fotos. 🙂
    Acho uma pena que nos países em desenvolvimento haja tão poucos parques. Vocês no Canadá têm sorte.

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  4. Muito bonito!!
    E em breve devo ir ao Canadá! A preparar a algibeira para tal. 😛

    Abraço

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