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Etienne Brule Park, Toronto

4.8
#48 of 84 in Parks in Toronto
Étienne Brûlé Park is located in the Humber River valley just north of Bloor Street West in Toronto, Ontario, Canada. It is named after Étienne Brûlé, an early French explorer in the Toronto area. It is believed that Étienne Brûlé was the first European to see Lake Ontario in 1615, from a high point of land beside the Humber.
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  • This park on the Humber River was right next to our hotel so it was a lovely and convenient place to walk after spending a day flying or walking in the city. There is a wide variety of trees...  more »
  • Etienne Brule Park is not on the beaten path, yet worth finding. Located close to the Old Mill Inn in Toronto’s west side (Near the Old Mill subway station), the park is a gateway to the Humber...  more »
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  • Nice park for walking, biking and rollerblading. The park has some wildlife for photographers. This is a great place to see the salmon swimming up stream. This is worth going to see.
  • So beautiful and goes on forever. This is a runners dream. Beautiful as the path goes along the Humber river. You can see the salmon jumping in the fall.

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