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National Forest Week Tree Check
A pine tree in High Park
Celebrate National Forest Week in High Park and protect native trees by monitoring tree health and learning about the local forest ecology.
National Forest Week is celebrated each year across Canada during the third week in September. Throughout this week, Canadians are invited to learn more about the incredible forest heritage of the land and the importance to preserve it.
Celebrate this National Forest Week in High Park with the High Park Nature Centre by helping us protect native trees! We will learn how to monitor tree health using the Community Science Tree Check Form from the Invasive Species Centre. Then, we’ll walk ... view more »
Due to limited availability, parking is not recommended near the High Park Nature Centre. We strongly recommend that you park at the free parking lot near the Grenadier Café located in the centre of High Park. In case you're driving please enter High Park from the east on Parkside Drive and High Park Boulevard and drive west on Centre Road to reach the Grenadier Café's parking lot. If you wish to drop-off at the High Park Nature Centre merge onto and drive north up Colborne Lodge Drive until you reach the swimming pool and tennis courts. You may only exit High Park through the north gates on Bloor Street West and High Park Avenue.
If you're biking, we have bike racks located right outside the High Park Nature Centre.
We strongly recommend using public transit as we are conveniently located just a 5-minute walk from the High Park Subway Station and a 15-minute walk from the High Park Loop Streetcar Station.