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Marie Curtis Park East Beach

A serene public beach located at the mouth of Etobicoke Creek, offering picnic areas, walking trails, and a playground on Toronto's waterfront.

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On those hot, humid summer days, little beats dipping into Lake Ontario for a swim. Thankfully, with beaches lining the southern edge of the city, you have your pick: Woodbine and Kew in the east, Sunnyside and Marie Curtis in the west and the Island to the south. All are accessible by public transit or bike, though be warned: this is a lake, not the ocean, and the sand gets pretty pebbly. Also, the water isn’t typically warm enough to swim outside of July and August. But barring those conditions, having a beach a short ride away can be a wonderful thing. 

mfraiman 2 years ago

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