Activities Calendar JanFeb2016



Family Nature Walk

FamilyNatureWalk 2016

This winter, we're inviting kids and parents to enjoy the natural world at Tommy Thompson Park!

Explore snowy landscapes and learn about what Toronto's urban wildlife is up to in the cold season.

Register at www.FamilyNatureTTP-Feb.Eventbrite.ca

For additional information, please contact Raja Raudsepp, Environmental Educator, at 647-505-9960 or rraudsepp@trca.on.ca

Toronto 10 Miler Marathon



The Toronto 10-Miler takes place against the stunning backdrop of Toronto's Urban Wilderness: Tommy Thompson Park. The park offers exceptional views of Toronto's waterfront, wildflower meadows, cottonwood forests and coastal wetlands. What could be more invigorating and inspiring than running through a natural sanctuary?

Tommy Thompson Park's flat terrain is ideal for running, and the Toronto 10-Miler is wonderful as a stand-alone event or as preparation for half or full marathons such as the Toronto Waterfront Marathon.

In addition to the great physical and health benefits of the run itself, by participating in the Toronto 10-Miler you are helping the park too! Proceeds from the Toronto 10-Miler will go towards The Living City Foundation which supports Tommy Thompson Park; your contributions will directly support habitat enhancement/ creation projects at the park and help ensure that this natural treasure continues to thrive.

To learn more about the event, visit the website www.torontotenmiler.ca.


Vote for your favourite mascot!

We looking for a mascot for this year's Toronto 10-Miler, 5k & Half Marathon. The winning critter - one found in Tommy Thompson Park - will be featured on the race medals and shirts.

Place your vote here before Friday, February 5, 2016.

Mascot poster

Hours of Operation

Tommy Thompson Park is open to the public weekends and holidays, except Christmas Day, Boxing Day and New Year's Day. Operating hours are 9 a.m. to 4:30 p.m. from November to March and 9 a.m. to 6 p.m. from April to November.



Tommy Thompson Park (TTP) is located at the base or foot of Leslie Street where it meets Unwin Avenue, south of Lake Shore Boulevard East.



Lake Ontario moderates TTP?s climate, with less heat & humidity in the summer and less snow in the winter than areas immediately north. Prevailing winds are westerly, with faster speeds and greater wind chill effects. Fogs forms twice as often at TTP than the rest of Toronto.