The Humber Arboretum provides nature connection in the heart of North Etobicoke. Visit 100 hectares of public gardens and natural ...
The Humber Arboretum provides nature connection in the heart of North Etobicoke. Visit 100 hectares of public gardens and natural areas and take part in nature camps, community events, field trips, and other programming offered through the Centre for Urban Ecology. The grounds of the Humber Arboretum are free to visit, and are open to the public every day during daylight hours.
Visit the public gardens located by the main entrance, then head out on the trails to explore the meadows and woodlands, and to take a stroll along the West Humber River. Before your visit, you may want to head to the “Explore > Self-Guided Activities” section of our website to download a trail map.
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Humber Arboretum nature day camps are based out of the Centre for Urban Ecology, but campers will spend most of their time outdoors where they will make their own discoveries in the forest, river, meadows, wetlands, gardens, and ponds of the Humber Arboretum. Active and engaging, our nature camps are designed for ages 5 to 14 and take place within the northwest part of the City of Toronto.
For teens interested in becoming leaders themselves, the LYNX teen leadership program for ages 14 to 17 specifically focuses on how to guide children in their exploration of nature.