There are plenty of free parking lots, but why not a single public toilet is open? It’s nice to walk along the water. It is a good place for free, the restaurant is closed, it is best to bring a picnic, there are many stands with great views.
The cliff is not very high, but the scenery is beautiful, there are many trees, and a big lake, very romantic.
You will pass this attraction on the way from Toronto to Kingston, but there is a problem with the address on Ctrip. The place you navigated to is a residential area on the top of the cliff, so you can't see the scenery in the photo.
This is an open park, close to Lake Ontario, with free parking. The cliffs are not very high and not very dangerous, but it is also good to take a walk by the lake.
Passing through the bustling center of Toronto, (planning to return to see the city), on the way to Kingston, pass by-Scarborough Cliff, it is a trace of the geology of the ice age, if you can stand on the cliff, you will be able to see Lake Ontario Panorama.
There are many cliffs in this place. The entire area has a lot of resources of grace. The cliffs here are also very unique. You can see the full lake of Ontario. The scenery is very good and the view is very far.
Scarborough cliffs have a lot of parking spaces. By the water, there are many places for you to choose from where you can enjoy a day of barbecue with your family or friends, or have a romantic picnic for two. Bring your camera, bicycle, swimsuit, blanket, snacks, music, books, tablet, e-reader, and sunscreen if needed. We parked the car at the cliff park pier and paid $7. The location was great and had a great Saturday. I suggest to be a tourist, climb up the cliff and enjoy the scenery and tranquil atmosphere.