East Point Park is one of Toronto's largest parkland areas along the City's east waterfront. It is a migratory staging area for monarch butterflies and over 178 species of birds. There are trails to explore and the park offers a two level softball centre pavilion, washrooms, showers, change-rooms, umpire room, indoor lounge and outdoor patio.
This park is part of Scarborough Bluffs.
Get to the water: You can get to the natural beach by walking from the end of Beechgrove and Copperfield Road.
The park is an ecological gem due to its proximity to Lake Ontario and a moderate climate. East Point Park features meadow, bluff, beach, shrub thicket, forest and wetland - all with a diversity of plant life due to the imperfectly drained, fertile top soil on the glacial deposits which form the Scarborough Bluffs.