The Bluffs’ edge is unstable. Stay behind the fences and use your common sense. Do not approach the edge of the bluffs.

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Eleven parks along 15km of Scarborough Bluffs

These parks feature spectacular views of the bluffs and Lake Ontario, trails, beaches, gardens, sports and recreation facilities and more.

Title Description
Bluffer's Park
  • Parking Lot: yes
  • Trail to lakefront: no
  • Swimming Beach: yes

1 Brimley Rd. S.
Scarborough, ON
Learn more about Bluffer’s Park.

Cathedral Bluffs Park
  • Parking Lot: no*
  • Trail to lakefront: no
  • Swimming Beach: no

24 Lyme Regis Cres.
Scarborough, ON
Learn more about Cathedral Bluffs Park.

Cudia Park
  • Parking Lot: yes
  • Trail to lakefront: no
  • Swimming Beach: no

70 Meadowcliffe Dr.
Scarborough, ON
Learn more about Cudia Park.

East Point Park
  • Parking Lot: yes
  • Trail to lakefront: yes, start at the end of Beechgrove and Copperfield Road
  • Swimming Beach: no

101 Copperfield Rd.
Scarborough, ON
Learn more about East Point Park.

Grey Abbey Park
  • Parking Lot: no*
  • Trail to lakefront: no
  • Swimming Beach: no

180 Greyabbey Tr.
Scarborough, ON
Learn more about Grey Abbey Park.

Guild Park and Gardens
  • Parking Lot: under construction
  • Trail to lakefront: under construction
  • Swimming Beach: no

201 Guildwood Pky.
Scarborough, ON
Learn more about Guild Park and Gardens.

Rosetta McClain Gardens
  • Parking Lot: yes
  • Trail to lakefront: no
  • Swimming Beach: no
  • No dogs allowed (service animals exempt)

5 Glen Everest Rd.
Scarborough, ON
Learn more about Rosetta McClain Gardens.

Scarboro Crescent Park
  • Parking Lot: no*
  • Trail to lakefront: no
  • Swimming Beach: no

61 Undercliff Dr.
Scarborough, ON
Learn more about Scarboro Crescent Park.

Scaborough Heights Park
  • Parking Lot: no
  • Trail to lakefront: yes, through west service road only
  • Swimming Beach: no

27 Fishleigh Dr.
Scarborough, ON
Learn more about Scarborough Heights Park.

South Marine Drive Park
  • Parking Lot: no*
  • Trail to lakefront: no
  • Swimming Beach: no

5 Rogate Pl.
Scarborough, ON
Learn more about South Marine Drive Park.

Sylvan Park
  • Parking Lot: no*
  • Trail to lakefront: yes, Doris McCarthy Trail (Gates Gully)
  • Swimming Beach: no

55 Sylvan Ave.
Scarborough, ON
Learn more about Sylvan Park.

*Street parking only. Parking on the grass is not allowed as it poses a safety hazard and can damage turf.

About Scarborough Bluffs

Bluffs stretch for about 15 km along the Lake Ontario shore, from the Eastern Beaches of Toronto in the west, to East Point Park in the east. The Scarborough Bluffs are a significant geological feature resulting from the accumulation of sedimentary deposits over 12,000 years ago. They were formed by the natural processes of wind and water erosion from Lake Ontario.