Lac Ontario

Description

The   Lake Ontario area of the park features beautiful lake views at the mouth of   the Rouge River on gorgeous Rouge Beach. Spot a variety of aquatic bird   species, swim in the lake or paddle in the tranquility of Rouge Marsh.Popular   activities include hiking, cycling along the Waterfront Trail, paddling,   fishing (an Ontario license is required), swimming, and bird-watching.

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Regulations

Pets   are welcome in the park, but we want them, and park wildlife to be safe. Our   domestic animals can be exposed to dangers from wildlife and the elements   just like we can, and they may also pose a danger to the park’s protected   wildlife, farmland and cultural heritage. For the safety of your pet and to   help protect the park, please observe the following rules:

  • Leash up – For the safety of your pet and others, all pets must be under   physical control whenever you are visiting the park.

  • Stoop and scoop – Pet waste can have adverse effects on park wildlife,   farmland and cultural heritage. Please clean up after your pet and dispose of   waste in proper garbage receptacles.

  • Be mindful – We want everyone to feel safe and respected while they visit   Rouge National Urban Park. Other visitors and local wildlife may not feel   comfortable around your pet. Please keep your domestic animals away from   other visitors and wildlife you may encounter in the park.

Fees

Entry   is free.

Open hours

Open   May to Labour Day

Corner of Lawrence Avenue East and 195 Rouge Hills Drive

Toronto

416 264-2028

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