This is Canada’s first national urban park, and it's still growing. Rouge Park will eventually encompass 79 sq. km (30 sq. miles) of parkland made up of rivers, beaches, wetlands, historic farms, and meadows. Once fully established, the park will be the largest urban protected area in North America, stretching from Lake Ontario in the south to the Oak Ridges Moraine in the north. Download the Rouge App, an interactive guide that provides hiking trail information as well as historical facts and useful tips on what poisonous plants look like, where they grow, and how to avoid them. Although Rouge Park is a great place to cross-country ski, camp, canoe, mountain bike, and hike, the park does not provide rentals.
Subway: Union, then GO train to Eglinton GO, then bus 86A to Zoo Rd. By car: From downtown, take Don Valley Pkwy. to Hwy. 401 E, exit on Meadowvale Rd. and follow signs.Phone 416/264-2020 Prices Free admission
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