A park designed for strolling nature lovers and sweating fitness buffs alike! This park offers something for everyone. Bestview Park is nestled inside the Bayview Woods community off Bayview between Steeles and Cummer.
The park has limited on street parking, unless it is after school hours and you can park at Steelesview Public School.
Park amenities include:
Multiple playground structures
Lit baseball diamond
3 lit tennis courts (public)
The nature path begins at Bestivew Park and and connects to the East Don Parklands. One could start at Steeles and connect through a park system South to Sheppard Avenue or East to Leslie Street.
One of the gems of North York, Windfields Park has it all. Accessible from a number of different streets and connected to Banbury Community Centre, as well as the Banbury Tennis Courts, this park has it all!
Park amenities include:
Multiple play structures
Washrooms (at the Banbury Community Centre)
Paths in wooded areas, great for an afternoon for exploration
Walking path connected to other parks
Wide open green spaces
Wooded area, great for exploring!
For tennis players:
The Banbury Tennis Club is a private club with 4 lit courts in a park / country-like setting. The club offers lessons for players of all ages, as well as interleague play for adults.
Public hours: 4:20 – 6:20pm on Saturday and Sunday.
One of the best kept secrets in North York, a multiuse park in that has facilities for both casual and serious baseball players and tennis players alike!
Bond Park is the the start or the end of the line for the CN Leaside Rail Path, depending on your perspective. It is also connected to Duncairn Park and creates a great loop for runners and walkers alike.
Baseball players and fans
The park baseball facility consists of five clay and grass diamonds. Substantial renovation has taken place over the past few years and the park now features three separate change rooms (two of them having showers and washrooms), two more washrooms, new storage areas, an office, a large clubhouse meeting room, new concrete sheds, a scorer/announcer tower, fully functioning batting cages and adjacent car parking.
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Since 1960, the Don Mills Tennis Club (DMTC) has been a familiar fixture in Bond Park. It is one of the most diverse community tennis clubs in Toronto, with a membership roster that averages close to 500 junior and adult members every summer season.
There are 6 hard courts, resurfaced and repainted in 2004, that are open year-round. The clubhouse has a modern kitchen, lounge area, washrooms, showers and changing rooms.
Public Hours are from 4:00 – 6:00pm on Saturday and Sunday.