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Etobicoke Valley Park

Etobicoke Valley Park

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615 Horner Ave, Toronto, Ontario, M8W 2E1, Canada
(416) 393-4636
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May 28, 2018
Starting from Marie Curtis Park, enjoy a long paved path to walk and many trails through the woods to explore by the Etobicoke Creek. Poison Ivy and ticks (lime disease) can be a risk. Wear pants if you opt to explore the woodsy trails as the foliage is quite lush and the grass tall. The long walk to the Middle Road Bridge was worth it so I highly recommend it!

May 28, 2018
I find everything about this park simply divine: the fresh, crisp air, the smell, the scenery, the cute furry squirrels, the chripy birds, the gurgling brook along the walking trail and the best part, less humans.

May 18, 2018
This park is beautiful and clean with lots of walking paths. My dog and I loved it!

Jul 3, 2018
This is a beautiful place if you want to go on a nature walk go here.

Apr 10, 2018
I grew up playing in this park and I live the way the city has put in a path so that all may enjoy the park.

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