Etienne Brulé Park is located in Toronto Division of Ontario province. On the street of Catherine Street To communicate or ask something with the place, the Phone number is (416) 338-4386. You can get more information from their website.
Catherine St, Toronto, ON M8Y 1W5, Canada
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A great long walkway along the Humber river. I have enjoyed this for years. It is great for children and dogs. It is nice to watch the salmon run also
Beautiful park but totally different experience when I went this winter. There were ice formations which were super cool but you could not walk anywhere after the stairs.
A great setting and a great path for both bikes and walks. When not buried under a flooded frozen Humber River, this is part of a great network of City parks that connects north to south. There are some parts in here that feel like you are not in the city.
This is my go to place for my weekend walks. I normally walk from Etienne Brule Park all the way to James Garden. It is worth the walk if you have the time.
Scenery is worth taking in, a lot of green space and there are people that have their picnics there.
I think this is a very good alternative to High Park if you want to escape the crowds especially during the summertime.
A wonderful place along Humber River. One winter the trails were totally destroyed by packed ice. Now they are repaired and sound. Great for hiking and cycling. There are fishermen there too, some of them even with catch. At a season one could watch salmons jumping small waterfalls going upstream. A lot of trees around provide fresh air. I like it there!