Please be aware that the pedestrian BRIDGE IS CLOSED from Monday to Friday for the month of July. We apologize for any inconvenience.

TRAILS AND PARKING:
Trails remain open for social distanced passive use. Be aware all maintenance operations have been suspended, and visitors use the trails at their own risk. Note that the parking lot is open. Parking is not permitted on Outer Harbour Marina Road.

COVID-19 CLOSURES:
The Tommy Thompson Park NATURE CENTRE and BIRD RESEARCH STATION are CLOSED. Toronto and Region Conservation Authority (TRCA) has closed these facilities to protect visitors, staff and all other attendants, from the potential risk of contracting COVID-19.

PARK RULES & ENFORCEMENT:
TRCA and the City of Toronto enforce park rules to ensure the health and safety of visitors and wildlife at Tommy Thompson Park. Unfortunately, the rise of violations at the park has led to the increase of enforcement from both organizations, to educate visitors and turn away those looking to enter the park with pets. We are also working to engage the Toronto Police Service, as our mutual enforcement officers cannot be on site 24-7, and we understand that additional patrols are required after hours to address infractions that are occurring. TRCA has resumed the TTP weekend programming. Unfortunately, due to the pandemic the Nature Centre will remain closed, however staff will conduct park patrols to educate visitors as well as log and report infractions. All parties are committed to protecting the park and we will adapt our efforts accordingly, based on the behaviours of the visitors to the site. If you visit the park and would like to report an infraction, please contact 311 or for more information contact ttp@trca.ca.

A view of Toronto across a newly constructed wetland at Tommy Thompson Park. Tommy
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Tommy Thompson Park TORONTO'S URBAN WILDERNESS

Tommy Thompson Park:
Toronto’s Urban Wilderness

A unique place near downtown Toronto to experience nature, and one of the best places for bird-watching in the city, with more than 300 recorded species. Use the menu below to find details on visiting the park, trails, events, festival, programs, restoration, and research.