Note: December 12, 2018: Minor excavation will take place on the Martin Goodman Trail by the Bailey Bridge which will result in some detours or closure of part of the trail. It is expected that the work will be completed within 2 days.

The Martin Goodman Trail in Toronto is part of the Waterfront Trail System. The trail spans 22 km from east to west along Toronto's waterfront.

Ward 32: From Silver Birch to Cherry St.

Ward 30, 28: From Cherry St. to University Ave.

Ward 20: From University Ave. to Bathurst St.

Ward 19, 14, 13: From Bathurst St to Humber River

Main Access Points (with parking):

  • Sir Casimir Gzowski Park at the Humber Bridge
  • Budapest Park
  • High Park
  • Ontario Place*
  • Coronation Park
  • Harbourfront at Queen's Quay West,
  • Cherry Beach
  • Base of Tommy Thompson Park
  • Ashbridge's Bay Park
  • Eastern Beaches area (e.g., Kew Beach, Balmy Beach)

* P-gates on the Martin Goodman Trail were installed as part of the trail revitalization. The main purpose of the gates is to prevent unauthorized motor vehicles from accessing the trail. Ontario Place is responsible for P-gate operation.

Fully downloadable maps for each section of the trail are available on the Waterfront Trail website.

The City of Toronto cycling map is available on the City of Toronto website.

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