Coronation Park can be found just east of Ontario Place along the Martin Goodman Trail. A Royal Oak commemorating the Coronation of King George VI is planted in the southwest corner of the park. This oak is surrounded by a ring of maples, and other trees throughout the park are identified by nearby engraved markers as part of a First World War memorial. A key map just north of the Royal Oak, and other signage through the park, tell the story of the memorial and the building of the park in the 1930s. There is also a Second World War memorial. Coronation Park has three softball diamonds and a dog off-leash area. It is a beautiful spot to sit along the shoreline of Lake Ontario and enjoy a picnic on a warm summer day.