Toronto is a big city beside Lake Ontario. There are a few parks alone the coastline of the City. The Bluffs Park in the Scarborough district is the one largest and most beautiful. The park was first named in 1793. The escarpment rises 90 meters above water at its highest point and spans a length of 15 kilometers.

The Bluffs Park is about 17 kilometers away from the famous CN Tower. It makes the park a good place for Torontonians to have picnic or BBQ with friends or family members at summer weekends. A large sand beach locates at east end of the park. That is a wonderful place for beach and water games in summer. The people who love sailing can find more joyful time in the park. About 750 boats of a yacht club are sitting on the surface of water right beneath the cliffs.

Time is a great wizard. It changes the colors of the fall foliage and turns the whole escarpment at Bluffs Park into a beautiful muslin backdrop of fall colors. Do not forget your camera when you go to the Bluffs Park in this fall foliage season. The fall colors at the Bluffs Park Toronto is waiting for your viewfinder.

Fall Colors at Bluffs Park Toronto