Get a Refreshing Break on a Family Oriented Nature Walk in High Park
The High Park Nature Centre offers fun Drop-in Family Nature Walks, no registration required. Wondering what you might see there? There is a diversity of insects and small animals, including birds that are most commonly seen in High Park and huge range of plants. Having served the community for more than 100 years, this Centre continues to live out it’s founding belief that spending time outdoors benefits children’s health and well-being. In addition these drop-in walks, the Centre has quite a few paid programs with registration required for children of all ages and adults. If you are up to it after your walk, why not visit the free High Park zoo? Come out and restore your connection to nature!
Where: 375 Colborne Lodge Drive, Toronto.
When: usually two Saturdays of the month.
Cost: No fixed fees, for those who are able to afford it a donation of $2-$5/person recommended.
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