Bellbury Park

Bellbury Park

Looking for a place to meet up with neighbourhood families?  Bellbury Park is place to find them!  A lush park with plenty of amenities, you can’t go wrong.  It’s a great place to play, fly a kite or even have a picnic.

Bellbury Park is located at 55 Van Horne Drive, between Leslie and Don Mills.

The park amenities include:

  • Water feature (splash pad),
  • Multiple playgrounds for various age groups,
  • Basketball net,
  • Picnic Tables,
  • Benches,
  • Large open areas, and
  • Tennis.

Ample free parking available on site.

Bellbury Park connects to the South with Lescon Park and is the beginning of a path that leads to Sheppard Avenue East, just East of Leslie Street.

Bellbury Park connects to Lescon Park

Bellbury Park Great for Flying a KiteBellbury Park connects to Lescon Park


Cummer Park Community Centre

Cummer Park Community Centre Pool

Located at 6000 Leslie Street, at the corner of Cummer and Leslie, Cummer Park Community Centre is adjacent to Cummer Park.

The area is a hub of activity for people of all ages.

At the community centre there are programs year round for people of all ages and abilities.  For up to date information, or any questions that you may have, please call the Community Centre directly at: 416 395-7803 .

Amenities at the facility include:

  • Indoor Ice Rink
  • Pro Shop
  • Workout facilities
  • Swimming pool
  • Waterslide
  • Walking track
  • Aerobic Studio
  • Squash Courts

Programs at the Community Centre are available in the following areas:

  • Arts
  • Camps
  • Fitness and wellness
  • General interest
  • Youth Leadership
  • Skating (lessons and free skate)
  • Sports
  • Swimming (lessons and drop-in swim)

Irving Paisley Park

Park located at York Mills and Bayview

Irving Paisley Park, formerly known as Winfields or York Mills Park is located at the southeast corner of York Mills Road and Bayview Avenue.

The park has a number of amenities including:

  • baseball diamond,
  • basketball court,
  • playground structure, and
  • the park is connected to a walking path.

Ample free parking is available on site.

York Mills Arena, a seasonal skating rink (September 30 – March 31st) is located within the park.

History:  Irving Paisley was a Councillor in the former township of North York.  As a Controller for North York he served several terms on Metro Council.  Paisley’s 30 year municipal career culminated in being appointed Deputy Mayor of the City of North York.  Paisley was responsible for spearheading the building of York Finch General Hospital and became its founding Chairman.  Paisley’s accomplishments were recognized by the Federal Government who bestowed Paisley with the Centennial Medal for Service to the Nation in 1967.  The park was renamed in his honour on April 23, 2009.

Irving Paisley Park Playground

Irving Paisley Park Baseball Diamond