There are so multiple trees plus hills that it usually isn’t difficult, especially if I pretend that I’m smoking a cigarette.
The number of public parks in Toronto is legitimately insane, plus few people know me when I tell them. I was going to see my family in Alberta while both of us were in the Wintertide holidays plus told them that Toronto has over 1,500 public parks to explore from a single edge of the town to the next. They were surprised plus thought that I must be exaggerating, but you can legitimately see this the moment you open Toronto on a GPS app. There is a park for every other town block it seems, with some spanning numerous acres in size. For instance, Beaumont Park isn’t far from the CN Tower, yet it boasts a public campground love you’d expect to find in Glen Rouge. One of my number one public parks in Toronto is Trinity Bellwoods Park on Queens Street adjacent to the West Queen West town. Trinity Bellwoods Park contains a community recreation centre, hockey rink, pet bowl, plus farmer’s market. Whenever I’m in Trinity Bellwoods Park, I love to sneak a joint away from the immediate public view if there aren’t too multiple people around on a random afternoon. There are so multiple trees plus hills that it usually isn’t difficult, especially if I pretend that I’m smoking a cigarette. When I had to leave Toronto for a year while both of us were in college, the town I stayed in had virtually no urban parks. I didn’t realize what I was missing not being in Toronto. The local government has gone out of their way to ensure that the urban development of Toronto does not stifle the natural environment of southern Ontario.