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“Keep your eye out for the Albino squirrels!”

Trinity Bellwoods Park
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US$62.15*
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Queen Street West Pastry Tour
Ranked #114 of 522 things to do in Toronto
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Reviewed 26 January 2013 via mobile

While walking through the park, keep your eyes in the trees. If you are lucky enough, you will see an albino squirell. Every time I go, I look around for them And I always find at least one.

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Reviewed 18 January 2013

Art in the Park is held every summer and local artists get to display and sell their art at affordable prices. Great for a day to walk around in the sunshine. Lots of cafes and restaurants to choose from in the area. The rest of the summer you will always find people, on sunny days, laying around, reading, watching and playing.

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Reviewed 1 January 2013

This is a happening park in the "cool" area of Toronto. If you go, make sure to watch out for the white squirrel. It is very rare to see one and is often good luck if you do.

2  Thank Jenna S
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Reviewed 28 December 2012

If you have yet to walk through Trinity Bellwoods Park -- do so soon! Trinity Bellwoods Park is a great huge park hidden within the city. If you've only looked at Trinity Bellwoods Park from quick glance either via Queen St. W. or Dundas St. W. then you get only a sliver of an impression of the park's depth and vastness. It's a pretty cool park with flats areas, hills, winding pathways, trees, tennis courts, lots of fun events for families and the community throughout the year. Trinity Bellwoods Park is worth checking out -- snow, rain or shine...

Thank Kwodjo
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Reviewed 9 December 2012

This is a nice place for walk to see arsty folks hanging out. Try around sunset, last time I went i saw, some practicing tight rope walks, drummers, guitar players, lots of pierced body parts and tats, artsy folks wearing black socks playing tennis, and then went to the dogbowl for thrusday night movies in the park (needs 2 b summer). Nice gates on Queen St, and great night time walk to Dundas, then head west to Osington to check out the hip restaurants. Across from the park on Queen is a fabou french patisserie, with best croissants. Its around the corner from Fresh or Swan and many great eateries so its the best after dinner walk ...

Thank Robert S
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