Home Smith Park is named after an Etobicoke Lawyer, Robert Home Smith. He purchased the former King's Mill and turned it into the Old Mill Inn we find today. The park runs along the west side of the Humber River between Lambton House Hotel and the Old Mill Inn. This park is considered a historically significant area due to its former use as a trade route by the local Aboriginal Peoples. Home Smith Park is an excellent spot for wildlife viewing with plenty of waterfowl, songbirds and forest critters. It's also a great spot to view salmon swimming up the Humber River to spawn each fall. Home Smith Park is fully accessible with a paved trail and a number of pleasant picnic areas.