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Downsview Park Introduction

Located in the Downsview neighbourhood in North York, Toronto, Downsview Park is an urban park with gardens, sports fields, and jogging and cycling trails. Previously used for aircraft manufacturing during World War II, then afterwards, as a military base of the Canadian Forces, Downsview Park is now a tranquil sanctuary where you can stroll among 400 apple trees in the orchard, sit for a while by the stormwater-fed lake, or take nature walks and meet the local wildlife. While the inns and hotels closest to Downsview Park are a few kilometres away, there's generally an ample selection of accommodations in North York.

Hotels near Downsview Park

Lodging options around Downsview Park consist of mid-range inns and hotels, as well as simple guesthouses and B&Bs. The budget-friendly B&Bs have limited amenities, while the 3-star hotels and inns usually feature restaurants and wellness facilities such as gyms or indoor pools. Many of them offer spacious family suites. Summer is the peak travel season in Toronto, so you can expect hotels near Downsview Park to have higher room rates from June to August. To save on your North York accommodation, consider scheduling your trip in the winter, but be prepared for temperatures below zero.

Where to stay near Downsview Park

There's no lodging available in the immediate vicinity of Downsview Park, but you'll find an adequate assortment of inns and hotels in North York, some within a few kilometres of the park. There are a few reasonably priced inns along Norfinch Drive, 4 kilometres from Downsview Park. These venues, along with some more accommodation options farther north, are near Black Creek Pioneer Village, an open-air heritage museum. Hotels near the North York Centre subway station, such as those on Park Home Avenue and Princess Avenue, are not only convenient for public transit, but also within easy reach of the Toronto Centre for the Arts, the Gibson House historical museum, and the Empress Walk condominium and retail complex.

Things to see near Downsview Park

While you're exploring the green space, swing by Downsview Park Merchants Market, a large indoor market offering all sorts of goods. On weekends, you can buy fresh produce from the farmers' market, or sample international dishes at the food court while the kids check out its arcade area. At Downsview Park Sports Centre, try indoor climbing at True North Climbing, a facility that caters to adults and kids alike. Alternatively, you can make the half-hour drive to downtown Toronto and see the city's top attractions, including CN Tower, Ripley's Aquarium of Canada, and the Air Canada Centre.

How to get to Downsview Park

To reach Downsview Park by public transit, you can hop on the Toronto subway and get off at Downsview Park Station, a stop on the Toronto–York Spadina extension on Line 1 Yonge–University, the subway's oldest and busiest line. Downsview Park Station is also a bus stop for several local bus routes. From Downsview Park Station, you can transfer to TTC bus 101 and alight at the bus stop along Carl Hall Road, which is within the park and near the sports facilities like True North Climbing and HoopDome's basketball courts.

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