Cudia Park is located at the point where the current Lake Ontario Shoreline meets the historic Lake Iroquois shorelines. There are hiking trails throughout the Park. Wildlife is abundant and the views of Lake Ontario are spectacular. You can also see Cathedral Bluffs Park to the West. It is like having a bit of wilderness at the end of the street.
This park is part of Scarborough Bluffs.
Important: There is no access to the water at this park. Stay behind fences and obey no trespassing signs as the bluffs are unstable. Access the water from Bluffer's Park, Sylvan Park, Guild Park and Gardens, or East Point Park.
Cudia Park was acquired by the Toronto and Region Conservation Authority (TRCA) in 1960 from the Borough of Scarborough so that there could be a continuous strip of Parkland along the Scarborough Bluffs. The park was named for the Cudia family who were long-time residents of the area.