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The Don River Valley Park

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Featured Event Lucy Lippard in Conversation with Keith Scott

Award-winning writer, curator and activist Lucy Lippard reflects on her recent book, Undermining: A Wild Ride Through Land Use, Politics and Art in the Changing West.

Toronto's Largest Urban Park is Hiding in Plain Sight

The Don River Valley Park is the centrepiece of Toronto’s rapidly growing downtown: a 200-hectare park spanning Pottery Road to Corktown Common.

An outlet for citizens and a destinations for visitors, the Park connects neighbourhoods and new developments to valuable parkland.

So take a walk beside the river’s edge for a moment of solitude, bike or walk the trails, or experience our art trail.

Get ready to see the Valley in a new and moving way!

Park Map

The Don River Valley Park is vast and has so much to offer Toronto’s communities, but how do you get here? View the Park Map to discover the connecting trails, access points and more.

Public Art

An artist's rendering.

Learn about art at the Don Valley River Park. Discover how artists reflect the history, ecology and industrial impact of the Valley in their works.