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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. Cherry blossom viewing areas are marked by a Sakura // Cherry Blossom. High Park Trackless Train Stop is marked with a red train. Parking areas are marked with an orange ‘P’ (YES cars can once again drive in the park)

Travelling to High Park by TTC

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

High Park Subway Station - closest subway with a short walk of a few minutes to the north entrance at High Park Ave & Bloor St W.

High Park Loop / Howard Park Ave & Parkside Drive stops (east side of High Park)
EAST - 506 Carlton to Main Street Station Streetcar
- travels right into the High Park loop near Howard Park Ave & Parkside Dr. (stop id 1252 / TTC.ca link)

WEST - 506 Carlton to High Park Streetcar - travels right into the High Park loop near Howard Park Ave & Parkside Dr. (stop id 1252 / TTC.ca link)

WEST - 80A Queensway to Sherway - from Keele Subway Station and get off at the Howard Park Ave & Parkside Dr. south stop (stop id 11782 / TTC.ca link)

EAST - 80A Queensway to Keele Station via Parkside Drive Bus - from Sherway Gardens and get off at the Howard Park Ave & Parkside Dr. north stop (stop id 11777 / TTC.ca link)


Queensway at Colborne Lodge stops (south side of High Park)

EAST - 501 Queen Towards Neville Park Streetcar (also 501A Queen to Neville Park, 501L Queen to Dufferin) - The Queensway at Colborne Lodge Dr East Side (stop id 14280/ TTC.ca link)

WEST - 501 Queen To Long Branch Streetcar (also 501A Queen To Humber, 501L Queen To Long Branch) - The Queensway at Colborne Lodge Dr West Side (stop id 14393 / TTC.ca link)

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!

 OTHER LOCATIONS IN TORONTO TO SEE CHERRY BLOSSOMS

The City of Toronto – Parks, Forestry and Recreation Division has put together a comprehensive listing of 14 other other locations throughout Toronto where you can visit to see over 1,150 cherry blossom trees with no vehicle restrictions and no large crowds. These are great options to experience the blossoms without making the trip to High Park. Click here to see the Google map along with a full listing and description of each location.