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.
Adjacent to Rippleton Public School, the park is located at 45 Banbury Drive, North of Leslie and Lawrence.
The park consists mainly of a walking path connecting a residential neighbourhood to a major thoroughfare, Leslie Street. However, due to the proximity to a school, there are play structures and sports fields nearby. These are available for use to the public, when school children are not using them.
The middle park in a series of connecting parks that run between Van Horne Avenue and Sheppard Avenue East (Bellbury Park and Dallington Park), Lescon Park is another expanse of green space. This park is ideal for trips to the playground, flying kites, and picnics. No tables, but there are a few benches here and there. Park is located behind Lescon Public School and as a result has a few additional amenities.
Mulitple playgrounds (newest edition added fall of 2011),