Comfort Inn East
3306 Kingston Rd.
Toronto, ON M1M 1P8
Phone: (416) 269-7400
Fax: (416) 269-7579
The Scarborough Bluffs are cliff faces that shape much of the shoreline of Lake Ontario, to the east of Toronto. These geological features have been formed over thousands of years, due to the winds and water currents of the lake, and today make for a stunning landscape. One can also enjoy beautiful panoramic views of the lake and the surrounding park areas from atop the bluffs. However, one must be careful to not approach the edge of the cliff face.
Dentonia Park Golf Course, located just north of the Danforth at Victoria Park Avenue, is a challenging par 3 facility perfect for beginners or advanced players looking to improve their pitch shots. Its ideal location next to the Victoria Park Subway station helps make this course both extremely convenient and excellent value. The course is 2,176 yards, with the longest hole being the 11th at 185 yards. Dentonia Park is equipped with a licensed restaurant, locker room facilities and a pro shop with club rentals.
The Toronto Hunt Club is a historic club established in 1843 by British Army Officers. Located at a small rural setting in Scarborough, the club used to host a number of equestrian events across the city. Today, the club is no longer functional, however a nine-hole golf course took its place during the 1930's. The course continues to conduct various tournaments and events.
Located on the Highland Creek area and playing at just over 6000-yards (18000-feet) from the blue tees for a par of 71, Tam O'Shanter Golf Course is northeast Toronto's premier golf course. Although fairly wide open, with greens possessing only a marginal swell, the crosswinds will keep you guessing. The 412-yard par four fifth hole is bogey material if you do not hit it long and straight off the blocks. There's a licensed restaurant, washroom and change room facilities, a snack bar and pro shop with club rentals. So come along to play your favorite game or simply lounge around and relax.
Woodbine Beach is located in east Toronto, and is probably one of the best beaches in the city. This place enjoys lesser crowds owing to its distance from Downtown Toronto, which will give you plenty of space to do your own thing and have a good time. One can see joggers running along the waterside, youngsters enjoying a game of beach volleyball, kite enthusiasts flying kites, some soaking in the sun and others frolicking in the waters of Lake Ontario.
With more than 5,000 animals in seven tropical pavilions spread over 220 hectares(544 acres), an African Savannah exhibit and a commitment to preserve the world's wilderness heritage, it’s no wonder this zoo is rated amongst the top ten in the world. While committed to research and conservation, the Toronto Zoo understands that most people come out to be entertained. With that in mind, it offers everything from rare and colorful fish to pygmy hippos. Last admission occurs one hour before closing.
Located in the Beaches area, the Ashbridge's Bay Park is definitely the hippest piece of green within the city limits. Known for its beaches and boardwalk, this is the place summertime was made for. The Mix Musicfest and the Labatt Blue Pro Beach Volleyball Tour add to the already busy pace of in-line skaters, walkers, joggers and cyclists along the winding Martin Goodman Trail. Facilities include a fully accessible washroom, drinking fountain, fire-pits and picnic area. There is a public boat launch and plenty of parking available.
Spanning 59.5 hectares (147.1 acres), the Sunnybrook Park is a public park located in Toronto, Ontario. Built in 1969, the park has space and provisions for various activities and sports such as cricket and biking. Bring your furry friend along to the off the leash dog park area and see him scutter about in joy.
Running along the picturesque Lake Ontario, the Waterfront Trail makes for a scenic trail. Offering variety of activities, this is one of the popular trails; here, you can indulge in activities like hiking, nature walks, skateboarding and so forth.
Established in 1963, the Leaside Curling Club was founded in response to the community's need for a curling club. Located in the Leaside neighborhood of Toronto, this club hosts regular games for people across all ages. Curling in the club happens on eight sheets of ice and is open seven days a week during the season. Apart from the playing area, there is also a lounge with a huge spectator gallery, a fireplace and a full bar with snacks. The beautiful community arena is maintained by the joint effort of the Parks and Recreation Department and the club management.
It is hard to imagine a wilderness area near the thriving business district of downtown Toronto, but that is just what one finds at Rouge Park. Occupying roughly 4046.86 hectares (10,000 acres) the park is home to a variety of rare plant and animal species which can be admired from areas like Glen Eagles Vista. Rouge Park is ideal for outdoor activities like hiking, canoeing, camping, swimming and picnics. The Toronto Carrying Place trail and an archaeological site, Bead Hill are two National Historic Sites located within the park.
Evergreen Brick Works aims to provide a model for sustainable development. In their own words, they aim to make cities 'more liveable'. Evergreen Brick Works is among the top ten geotourism destinations of the world, as announced by National Geographic. The aim is to educate people in a manner that is both informative & interesting.