IN SCARBOROUGH – MUST-VISIT LOCAL FAVOURITES
Scarborough is named after the resemblance of the limestones cliffs in Scarborough, England, similar to the chalk cliffs surface in Scarborough Bluffs.
7 OF THE BEST PARKS IN SCARBOROUGH
Scarborough's border lies approximately within west of Victoria Park Avenue, South of Steeles Avenue, East of the Scarborough Pickering Townline and Rouge Valley, and south of Lake Ontario.
, also known as
Milliken District Park
, is an excellent neighbourhood park. It's a versatile park with open green space, paved and forested trails that's great for families with little ones and elders.
1 – Milliken Park
L'Amoreaux North Park
is of course north of McNicoll Ave. This is a bit of a hidden gem when it comes to parks in Scarborough.
2 – L'Amoreaux North Park
The 41.8 hectare
Thomson Memorial Park
is to remember Scarborough's first settlers, David and Mary Thomson when they settled on this land which was originally farm fields in 1798.
3 – Thomson Memorial Park
4 – Morningside Park
Nestled in the heart of Scarborough is
. This park is within a vibrant and diverse community with many schools and universities nearby.
Bluffer's Park and Beac
h is an oasis away from the city and when you're here, you won't believe that you're still in Scarborough.
5 – Bluffer's Park and Beach
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