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Rouge National Urban Park

A vast urban park in Toronto featuring trails, diverse ecosystems, camping sites, and cultural heritage areas.

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If the weather’s nice, swing by Rouge Park, a massive urban national park out in Scarborough, on the cusp of the city itself. The artificial wetlands were created as an ecological reserve for animals and flood relief for the surrounding city. You can visit the Toronto Zoo inside the parkland if you like, but if you prefer your animals uncaged, just spend the day in nature, hiking its 12 kilometers of hiking trails among the deer, coyotes, foxes, swans and, of course, beavers. 

mfraiman 2 years ago

Rouge National Urban Park is Canada's first national urban park, located in the Greater Toronto Area. The park features over 10,000 acres of diverse landscapes, including wetlands, forests, and beaches. Visitors can enjoy hiking trails, camping, birdwatching, and a variety of outdoor activities while exploring this unique urban wilderness.

seeker 11 months ago

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