I am proud to champion the improvement of public realm spaces to ensure Toronto is a vibrant city. If you experience an issue, including dogs outside of permitted off-leash areas or garbage pick-up, in one of our many parks, please contact 311 or email email@example.com.
Explore our Parks
There are hundreds of great parks throughout Toronto. Each one is important to its neighbourhood, and many have special features that make them popular destinations for residents and visitors alike. Learn more about Toronto's parks, ravines and natural parklands, Dog Off-Leash Areas (DOLAs), and more.
Discover Recreation Programs
Learn more about the City's community recreation programs, how to register for recreation programs, accessible recreation, free and low-cost recreation options and more.
If you required adapted recreational services, please contact:
Toronto & East York District, East York Civic Centre
850 Coxwell Ave.
Toronto, ON M4C 5R1
Explore Toronto’s Gardens
With thousands of plants, flowers, shrubs and decorative trees, Toronto’s gardens and conservatories are great places for exploration and inspiration. They enhance the city’s beauty, benefit the environment, improve our quality of life, attract visitors and reflect the rich history of the city. Learn more about Toronto's gardens here.
Your location will be displayed with a house icon on the map. Click on the coloured dots for more information about each park and to access TTC information. Zoom in and out as desired.
City of Toronto operates many indoor pools, outdoor pools, wading pools and splash pads. Find indoor and outdoor swimming pools near you. Type in your address in the search box below, zoom in and out. Click on pins on the map to get more information about each location.
Find Parks and Recreation locations here.
Encampments in Public Parks and Ravines
Encampments in public parks are handled by the Parks Ambassador Program. Working with Streets to Homes, Public Health, and the Toronto Police, Toronto's Parks Ambassadors will coordinate outreach to street-involved persons encamped in parks and connect them with shelter and housing services.
To report an active or abandoned encampment, call Parks Ambassador Troy Ford at 416-771-3042.