Looking for something fun and exciting to do in Toronto once the snow melts? In our region, we patiently wait through the long and cold winter for those all-too-short sunny months.

After a long, gloomy winter, take the time to go outside and explore the city in the sun. Enjoy the smell of freshly baked pastries and strong espresso as you stroll around the city.
It can become too comfortable to stay in your hibernated state, but once you go outside and breathe a lung full of that fresh air and get a good dose of Vitamin D, your attraction to your couch might simmer down just a bit.

Now that spring is on our doorstep, we have complied an enticing list of activities that are bound to get you excited for the warm days!

Enjoy the Cherry Blossoms at High Park
High Park is a stunning place to visit year-round; however, the cherry blossoms in the spring create an atmosphere of enchantment that is inescapable for anyone passing. It’s such a spectacle that it attracts tourists from all over Toronto.

The peak blooming season for cherry blossoms, known as Sakura, is between late April and early May.

Location:  1873 Bloor St. West, Toronto, ON
Ride your bike through Tommy Thompson Park
Tommy Thompson Park makes for a fabulous spot to go biking in Toronto. It's a bit of an urban hideaway within the city, offering picturesque views along the way. If you occasionally dabble as a birdwatcher, this would be a fantastic place for you to enjoy the spring migration. You can witness thousands of birds of over 300 diverse species at the park and meet fellow birdwatchers at various tours for the annual Spring Bird Festival happening at Tommy Thompson Park.

Location: 1 Leslie St, Toronto, ON

Watch a Toronto Blue Jays game
Maybe you are a true Blue Jays fan, or perhaps you enjoy riding along with the high vibrations at sporting events; either way, spring is the best time to enjoy sports.

Every spring, the Toronto Blue Jays begin their season, and if you have the opportunity, you should go to the home opener. Most Jays’ games are reasonably priced, so even non-sports fanatics can afford to attend and enjoy the entertainment that encompasses the live sport.

Location: 1 Blue Jays Way, Toronto, ON

Maple Syrup Festivals in GTHA
If you’re looking for a sweet escape for a weekend with your family, partner or just riding solo, the Maple Syrup Festivals are a must for your bucket list. Can a festival be any more Canadian?

Learn how maple syrup is made, sample a tasting flight of different grades and syrup varieties, take a horse-drawn wagon trip, or have fresh, hot pancakes with pure maple syrup and sausages. YUM.

Locations: Mountsberg, 2259 Milburough Line, Campbellville, Halton, ON; Kortright Centre, 9550 Pine Valley Dr, Woodbridge, Vaughan, ON and many more.

Our communities have all this and so much more to offer! If you’re looking to make a move this spring, get in touch with a member of Park Property Management. We can help you discover the best area for you and your family.