We'd lived in Toronto a couple of decades before a neighbour brought us to the beach down by Scarborough Bluffs. We wondered why we hadn't known about this marvel.
It's hard to get to, especially by transit. We see people walking up and down the hill on Brimley Road, wheeling wagons for family picnics, kids in tow.
Anchoring by the bluffs with the the cliffs towering above, and listening to the laughter and splashes from the beach, is one of my favourite past times. It's also a great spot for birdwatching and hiking. The Globe article below mentions a public meeting next month to present different options to help open up the area, but nothing published on the Scarborough Waterfront Project site yet. It would be interesting to attend.