Toronto features lots of waterfront parks to enjoy on the shores of Lake Ontario. Port Union Commons Park is located at the foot of Port Union near the Rouge GO station. It connects with waterfront bike & walking paths along the beautiful shores of Lake Ontario. The trails connect with Rouge Urban Park and Pickering trails and paths.
Port Union Waterfront park includes a children’s playground, public washrooms and a fountain that leads to a splash-river which is lots of fun for kids! Follow the paved trail under the GO tracks to travel west towards Highland Creek or east to Rouge National Urban Park, Rouge Beach & Pickering trails and paths.
Stop to admire the homes along the way, especially the unique townhomes that face the park!
When you’re done exploring the area you can take a short stroll north to Lawrence and Port Union and grab a bite to eat at a local spot including: Azumi Sushi, Mr. Bean Coffee, Pizza Pizza, Popeyes or Patty Stop.
How to get to Port Union Waterfront Park:
By car: Take the Port Union exit at 401 and go so south on Port Union to the end, park in the GO station overflow lot, or 3 hour free parking on a side street.
By GO: Take the GO station to Rouge GO and walk to the park
By TTC: Take the 54 Lawrence East bus to Port Union & walk south towards the lake, the park is at the foot of Port Union
Plan you trip with the TTC Trip Planner
This short video highlights some of the fun things to do at Port Union Waterfront Park!