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Join a game of volleyball, sunbathe on the sand, or sip drinks at the Sunnyside Pavillion.
Sunnyside beach is nestled along a Toronto walking and cycling path that stretches from end to end of the city. While most Torontonians consider swimming in Lake Ontario a bit questionable, it’s a beautiful place to have a picnic!
The beach is not too far away! Make the most of a sunny day and head to the beach. There is a pool and a playground next door.
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“Great for picnic needs wine cocktails bread cheese charcuterie even wine on tap sometimes…just 2 blocks north on our street.GREAT PLACE ”
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