High Park

High Park

I can’t help but to have park envy of those who call High Park their local green space. Toronto’s largest public park, the 400-acre park (between Bloor St. W and the Queensway along Parkside Dr) is a family outing oasis: tons of trails, picnic areas,...
FAMILY TRAVEL: FLOATING WATER PARKS

FAMILY TRAVEL: FLOATING WATER PARKS

Calling all wannabe ninja warriors. On a recent trip out west to visit family in Saskatchewan and Manitoba, we made a pit stop at Splish Splash Water Park in the small prairie town of Minnedosa, MB. Manitoba’s first floating water park, the series of floating...
Little Norway Park

Little Norway Park

Queen’s Quay and Bathurst isn’t just about condos and airplanes. Little Norway Park, with its lion sculpture slide and playground, wading pool, green space and a baseball diamond, is a great place to play and watch planes take off and land from Billy Bishop Airport....