The Tollkeeper's Park, formerly Davenport Square Park, is on the northwest corner of Davenport Road and Bathurst Street. The park surrounds the Tollkeeper's Cottage, the oldest such structure surviving anywhere in Canada. The Community History Project runs the Cottage as a small museum and offers public programming and room rentals.

Between the Humber and Don Rivers, Davenport Road had five tollgates. Tollgate #3, which included a cottage to house the tollgate keeper and his family, was at Davenport Road and Bathurst Street (then known as Cruikshank's Lane). Today, the cottage is not far from its original location, which would be in the middle of the intersection of Davenport Road and Bathurst Street.