Tommy Thompson Park Trails Map

Tommy Thompson Park features a trail system that spans 23.2 kilometres. The system features three types of trails that were designed for various user groups.

The Multi-use Trail is the asphalt trail that runs through the centre of the park. This trail accommodates cyclists, rollerbladers and joggers and span 7.6 kilometres.

The Pedestrian Trails run parallel to the Multi-use Trail. They are graded gravel trails for use by walkers, strollers and wheelchairs and span 10.3 kilometres.

The Nature Trails run through natural areas such as forest and meadow. They are narrow trails, only half a metre wide, many of which are mowed through grassy meadows. Please note that these trails are not graded and may be uneven. Nature trails are intended for walking or hiking and target user groups such as nature watchers and photographers. The nature trails span 5.3 kilometres.

Trails are subject to closures based on physical and biological conditions. Please refer to the trail map posted at the TTP Information Kiosk and Staff Booth for up-to-date information.

Please click here - 2,206K to download the trails map.



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.

 

Location

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.


 

Weather

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.