Drinking alcohol is now legal in 27 Toronto parks

BARRIO – People aged 19 and up can legally drink alcohol in certain parks from Aug. 2 to Oct. 9. As of today, you can now legally enjoy an alcoholic beverage or two at some Toronto parks. 

The pilot was approved by city council on July 19 and allows people aged 19 and older to drink alcohol in 27 city-owned parks. City councillors chose whether or not to opt into the program for their wards and chose which parks to include.

Drinking alcohol is not allowed within two metres of playgrounds and wading pools.

Here are the parks where you can have a drink:

  • Campbell Avenue Playground and Park.
  • Cedarvale Park.
  • Christie Pits Park.
  • Corktown Common.
  • Dovercourt Park.
  • Dufferin Grove Park.
  • Earlscourt Park.
  • East Toronto Athletic Field.
  • Eglinton Park.
  • Greenwood Park.
  • Hillcrest Park.
  • June Rowlands Park.
  • Lee Lifeson Art Park.
  • McCleary Park.
  • Milliken Park.
  • Monarch Park.
  • Morningside Park.
  • Neilson Park – Scarborough.
  • Oriole Park.
  • Queen’s Park.
  • Riverdale Park East.
  • Roundhouse Park.
  • Skymark Park.
  • Sir Winston Churchill Park.
  • Trinity Bellwoods Park.
  • Underpass Park.
  • Withrow Park.
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