Tree Service North York

bayview village treeOf the many parks dotting the landscape of North York, three are considered outstanding walks and are all easily accessible from nearby shopping malls and restaurants.  The beautiful gardens, bushes and trees all need tree service North York to retain their health all year round.  Here are three of the best North York parks:

Bayview Village Park

Located near Bayview and Princess Ave. (2945 Bayview Ave.), Bayview Village features three outdoor tennis courts, a ball diamond, splash pad and children’s playground.  Adorned with older, established trees as well as younger growth that both require tree service North York, the park has an excellent paved pathway that’s great for a twenty-minute walk, a ten minute jog and easily accommodates strollers. Just a ten minute walk north from the Bayview subway station.

Edwards Botanical Gardens

Located at 755 Lawrence Ave. E.—adjacent to the Toronto Botanical Gardens–Edwards Gardens is a great place to take in nature (if you’re lucky, you might catch a glimpse of a deer) and see beautiful trees cared for by tree service North York in full bloom during the spring.  The gardens are kept in pristine condition and are very colourful, with thousands of species of flowers and plants throughout the grounds. There are rock gardens, a waterwheel, a wooden arch bridge, walking trails, fountains and a waterfall where many geese and birds roam free. Be sure to check out the arboretum on the upper level of the gardens beside the children’s Teaching Garden.  After your walk, be sure to refresh yourself in the café.  No skateboards, rollerblades or dogs are allowed.

Sunnybrook Park

Located at 1132 Leslie St. (north of Leaside and south of Bridle Path) Sunnybrook Park was once a 152 hectare country estate belonging to Joseph Kilgour, a horse enthusiast.  His barns have been preserved and the park boasts a stable with horses, Sheltand ponies, a riding school and even a cricket club.  The Don River wends it way through the park, which has many tree-covered paths and many areas of unspoiled nature that have been kept healthy by tree service North York.  Dogs and bicycles are allowed.