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Twyn Rivers Area

A great access point for Rouge Park in Toronto, from here you can access three of our official trails, our Celebration Forest and see Little Rouge Creek.

The remains of an old dam are still visible in the creek. In the 1950s, a hotel in the valley was a popular vacation spot and the river was dammed for swimming. People often skiied on the hill on the south side of the creek. Nearby, the remains of old orchards and farms are reminders of former residents in the area.

55 Twyn Rivers Drive, Toronto

Features

  • Vista point of old ski hill and river valley
  • Access to 10 km of official hiking trails - Orchard, Mast and Vista Trails.
  • Parking for Rouge Park Celebration Forest

Accessibility
Gravel parking lot offers easy view of Little Rouge Creek. Orchard Trail is not accessible by wheelchair.

Hours of operation
Open year-round.

Fees
Free

Public Transit
This area is more than 2km from the nearest transit stop.

Driving Directions
From Highway 401: Exit Meadowvale Road northbound. Turn right at Sheppard Avenue East, left at Twyn Rivers Drive.

From Highway 407:
Exit at York-Durham Townline southbound Exit 98. South of Steeles Avenue East, road turns into Scarborough-Pickering Townline. Keep going southbound. Turn left at Finch Avenue East. Turn right at Altona Road southbound. Turn right at Twyn Rivers Drive. After a residential area, you will head down a hill, and see the parking lot entrance on your left.

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