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Much of the Humber River flows through parkland. The river flows through the following City of Toronto Parks:

  • Cruickshank Park
  • Etienne Brule Park
  • Louise Russo Park
  • Humber Marshes
  • Humber Arboretum
  • James Gardens
  • Kings Mill Park (site of the historic Old Mill - privately owned)
  • Lions Park
  • Magwood Park
  • Pine Point Park
  • Raymore Park
  • Rowntree Mills Park
  • South Humber Park
  • St. Luce Park
  • Summerlea Park
  • Thackeray Park
  • West Humber Parkland

The parks along the Humber River are a combination of parks managed by the City Parks & Recreation and the TRCA. To view the parks you can visit the following websites:


Discovery Walks, Humber River, Old Mill & Marshes


Etienne Brule Park

Humber Marshes Park


Humber Arboretum Park


James Gardens


Kings Mill Park


Lambton Woods Park


Raymore Park


Rowntree Mills Park


South Humber Park


Summerlea Park


TRCA The Humber Watershed


West Humber Park

For more information on any of these parks, visit the City of Toronto's website.


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