Boardwalk Place Is the key destination spot of the Eastern Beaches located at Woodbine Beach Park/ Ashbridge’s Bay, surrounded by a beautiful parkland. It hosts Ontario’s largest blue flag rated sandy beach, a free-standing fully licensed 450 seat capacity restaurant, snack bars and concessions, kids playgrounds, public parking, 85 volleyball courts, 3 Olympic size pools, music and cultural festivals and plans for a future skating path.
The Eastern Beaches are comprised of Woodbine Beach Park, Ashbridge’s Bay, Beaches Park and Kew Gardens. The Eastern Beaches parklands are situated East from Coxwell Avenue, on the South side of Lake Shore Blvd East, to West of Victoria Park Avenue. The four parks include the historical Boardwalk, stretching along the sandy beaches and fronting Lake Ontario to the South. Over 2 million visitors annually stroll along one of the nicest waterfront areas in Toronto, experiencing activities including music festivals and sporting events. The parks are easily accessible via Lake Shore Boulevard East and Queen Street East. Main vehicle arteries include the Don Valley Parkway and the Gardiner Express Way. Furthermore, public transportation includes buses and streetcars, which allow for easy access to Boardwalk Place.
Lake Shore Blvd. East connects the Beaches and Scarborough residential communities to the downtown core, which is located 10 min away. Over 25,000 vehicles daily pass by Boardwalk Place.