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In many neighbourhoods in Toronto, Ontario parks, schools and other local features are named after the neighbourhood. In the case of High Park, the neighbourhood is named for the park instead. As the largest piece of green space in the Greater Toronto Area, High Park is one of the most recognizable landmarks in the entire city.

There are actually two neighbourhoods that border High Park and carry its name. High Park North and High Park-Swansea are collectively thought of as the “High Park” area of Toronto, and border different parts of the park. High Park North is located north of High Park, and is bordered on the West and East by Runnymede and Dundas respectively. The northern edge is marked by Annette Street. High Park-Swansea makes up the neighbourhood to the East and West of the park, with the North-South boundaries being indicated by the park’s edges. High Park-Swansea ends at the Humber River in the West, and at Roncesvalle Avenue in the East. The park itself covers more than 400 acres. The park has been in operation for well over a century, and features open green space alongside sporting facilities and other community resources. It also features a section of the park that has remained untouched since the park opened, providing some of the oldest original growth greenery in the city.

High Park is a beautiful residential neighbourhood. It is a family oriented part of town, especially with so many of the activities within the park itself being family focussed. The streets are filled with old-growth trees in the areas where the old neighbourhood was left untouched. High Park is considered by almost every measure to be one of the most liveable neighbourhoods in the city. It has a great balance of services and amenities, while also providing great residential options.

High Park always feels more relaxed than the rest of the city. The closer you get to downtown, the more hectic the pace of Toronto can get. However, with the largest park in the city so close, many of the people passing through High Park seem to be moving at a more leisurely pace, as they go to enjoy their time within and around the park.


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Entertainment, Restaurants, Cafes

High Park has excellent entertainment options within the neighbourhood, and is also close to a number of other excellent neighbourhoods for shopping and dining such as Bloor West Village and Roncesvalles. Within High Park the most obvious source of entertainment is High Park itself. In addition to great running, walking and biking paths, there are a number of facilities within High Park for community members to enjoy. Tennis courts, baseball diamonds and soccer fields are available. There is also a small zoo, the High Park Zoo, within the park that is always a hit with the children.

Nature lovers from across the city and the country come to take in the splendour of High Park. The lakeside is one of the most beautiful and peaceful places in the city. Another particular point of interest is the Sakura cherry blossom grove, which produces spectacular blossoms for just a few weeks every spring. Those who enjoy a night out have plenty of great options in the large High Park area. Whelan’s Gate is an excellent Irish pub on Bloor. In fact, down the length of Bloor in the area, you will find a number of excellent lunch spots and pubs, including the Mugshot Tavern, home to a popular rooftop patio.

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Real Estate

Most people in the city perceive the High Park area to contain high-end real estate. Although some low-cost housing options exist, often in the form of rental apartments, most of the property in this area certainly trends towards being some of the more expensive real estate in the city. While it doesn’t feature the mansions of Bridle Path or Casa Loma, High Park is home to many large and sought after Victorian and character homes. The area features a good mixture of detached homes and multi-unit dwellings. There are many multi-unit dwellings that contain less than 5 suites. Many of these are in old houses that have been converted to multi-unit dwellings.


Pollution/ Noise

Generally speaking, the High Park area is a quiet and clean neighbourhood. The presence of the park does wonders for the air quality in the area. Bloor Street is quite noisy and busy at most hours of the day, but other than that, the neighbourhood has a largely clean and residential atmosphere.

Crime Rate

The entire High Park neighbourhood is extremely safe. Assault occurrences in this part of town are low, and among the lowest crime rates by neighbourhood in the city. The 2011 CBC Crime Map shows that crime in all categories is relatively low in High Park.



The large size of these two neighbourhoods means that there are many schools nearby. Parents with elementary school aged children have many options, including both private and public schools. High schools in the area include the Bishop Marrocoo/Thomas Merton Catholic Secondary School and Humberside Collegiate. The Western Technical Commercial School provides a technical-centric education that hones in on practical skills for students looking to pursue further studies or employment in the fields it covers.

Public Transportation

Public transportation is excellent in both High Park neighbourhoods. There are several bus routes that run through the area, but the primary means of public transit is the Bloor subway line. Both High Park North and High Park-Swansea have subway stops along Bloor Street. The Dundas West, Keele, High Park and Runnymede stations all fall within High Park.


Family Life

High Park is an exceptional neighbourhood to raise a family in. The safety, accessibility of schools, and one of the most wonderful areas of the city for children to visit make it a hit with parents. The neighbourhood has a very family friendly feeling that is hard to match without moving to the suburbs.


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