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I live in a Seniors Residence that backs unto Thompson Park. This is a walkers Paradise, especially for Seniors . There are many different path ways even one on which you can traverse from Thompson to Cedarbrae, which is at Markham Road. The Park well...More
We're here for Canada Day celebrations. It was crowned but not bad at all. The park has field for soccer baseball etc. It also has structure for big and small children. Historical museum on-site worth checking out. Interesting, funny and informative blacksmith David was there...More
I've been to this park several times with my 3-yr old. Even in the winter, when it was covered in snow, we were able to track squirrels and birds. It was fun. In the summer we have the option of playing in the water park,...More
Have been there in the past and now time to appreciate in writing the facilities around us. Thomson Park is in the centre of Scarborough accessible also to public transportation. This is a family oriented park.There is lots of car parking especially if you go...More
Loved this little spot, which we happened to stop at when we decided it wasn't worth trekking all the way down to the Beaches. Lovely mix of shade, grass, groomed paths, creeks and amenities for picknickers - with the added bonus of the Scarborough Museum...More
We've been going to Thomson Park for many, many years. We enjoy walking, biking and picnics. The paths are extensive and enjoyable. The main park has become very busy in the past few years with families and groups to gather for BBQ's & picnics. Thomson...More
I personally made the mistake of visiting this well known park in this part of Toronto when the "Ford Fest" was going on. No matter what part of the park one tried to get away from the noise from this event you could still hear...More
Situated astride Lake Ontario, Scarborough is a district heavily influenced by immigration. With a number of low-rent shopping and dining options making it a highly affordable part of town, and boasting one of Toronto's largest shopping malls, the otherwise green suburban neighborhood is a good place to go for bargains and discounts. It also draws in photographers. The spires, archways, and cavernous
rooms of the BAPS Shri Swaminarayan Mandir Palace are filled with breathtaking art, architecture, and detailed reliefs – it’s like entering a different world, The ruins of columns and installation art at the Guild Inn makes a free-for-all exploration site, while the big-name draw for young photographers is the menagerie at the Toronto Zoo. While many visitors shirk Scarborough as too suburban, its houses are some of Toronto's most mystical and haunting architectural beauties. And for adventure lovers, it has river-rafting and some unique hiking trails.