High Park is located in the heart of Toronto 1873 Bloor Street West, Toronto, ON, M6S 2Z3.
Located near Lake Ontario and the Humber River, the main streets that border the park are Bloor St W (north); Queensway & Lakeshore Blvd W (south); Parkside Dr (east); Ellis Ave (west).

Below is a Google map of where to view the Sakura // Cherry Blossoms in High Park – each viewing area is marked by a Sakura tree.

Too small? Click here to view Sakura – Japanese Cherry Blossoms in High Park in a larger map.

Travelling to High Park by TTC

(note subway stations are noted as blue ‘M’ on the Google map above):

High Park Subway Station – walk a few mintues to the north entrance at High Park Ave & Bloor St W.

508 Lakeshore Streetcar – get off at the Parkside or Colborne Lodge stops
506 Carlton Streetcar – travels right into the High Park loop near Parkside Dr.

80 Queensway Bus – from Keele subway station and get off at the Howard Park Ave stop on Parkside Dr.

If you know of any other areas around the park with cherry blossoms that may have been missed, let us know and I’ll add it to the map!

8 replies
  1. AN says:

    Hi there, wondering what the parking situation is during a weeknight in the park. I am planning to drive by after work tomorrow (Friday). Given that it is near full bloom in the park, I would not be naive enough to think the park would be empty on a weeknight but would definitely beat going during the weekend (+rain)!


    • Sakura Steve says:

      Parking on a weeknight will be challenging, especially that now the blossoms are in peak bloom! Even 7am this morning when I was at the park parking was ALREADY filling up! You may get lucky and catch someone leaving and get their spot, otherwise you can try parking on nearby side streets around High Park or the Pay P parking lots on Lakeshore on the south end of the park. Hope this helps and you have a chance to get out and enjoy the blossoms!

  2. Jo-Ann says:

    would like to take my parents who are unable to walk, so want to take them on a drive, would they see as much if we drive through high park? or would you know another route for a driving tour of cherry blossoms?

    • Sakura Steve says:

      They will be able to see some of the trees, a few even line the road. You would need to come through the Bloor & High Park Ave entrance and follow the road. During peak bloom, the park will be very busy so the driving will be very slow so patience is needed! Ideally walking the main path is best views, but you can also see some blossoms from the road near the High Park zoo. Hope this helps and hope you and your parents enjoy the visit to the park!

    • Sakura Steve says:

      Hi David,

      I’ve added TTC directions above that should help address your TTC directions question AND changed the page name to Maps & Directions to help others get here as well. And note that on the map above, the blue boxes with white ‘M’ inside them represent the TTC subway station stops.

      In short, you have multiple options to get here by subway, streetcar or even bus. The closest subway station is High Park on the Bloor-Danforth line (between Keele & Runnymede stations).
      There is also a 506 Streetcar that travels directly into the High Park ‘loop’ along the east side of the park.

      Hope this helps – if you need more detailed info, I’ll add some TTC links as well.

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