Whether you love to bike, run, walk or hike, picnic, BBQ or just kick back as you set your sights on the spectacular landscapes surrounding The Keeley, you will have instant access to a major outdoor playground.
With Downsview Park in your front yard and more than 15 km of ravine trails in your backyard, you’ll love the convenience of living at the heart of your very own Parkyard.
Part of the new Line 1 subway extension, connecting Union Station with Vaughan Metropolitan Centre, Downsview Park Station is also a GO Transit hub, providing express connections to downtown Toronto and throughout the GTA.
500 diverse vendors sell a wide variety of fresh produce, multicultural foods, and international merchandise every Saturday and Sunday.
Fresh City Farms delivers wholesome, organic produce and ready-made meals to homes all over the city. With six acres of farmland and a greenhouse in the park, the 100-mile diet really is made possible here.
Home to the largest flat-track women’s derby league in Canada, the Toronto Roller Derby League’s roster includes over 120 skaters, performing on wheels in events the whole family will enjoy.
This education centre offers expert advice on wildlife issues, as well as operating a rehabilitation centre, wildlife hospital, and an emergency hotline for rescue situations.
As one of the City’s most spectacular outdoor venues, this 13.6 acre field is home to several exciting annual festivals and shows.
A brand new 1/4 mile indoor go-karting race track. K1 is expertly designed with technical features to provide a challenge for even the most avid racer, as well as a fun day out for those new to the sport.
Human Moves is a community focused multi-program organization dedicated to promoting a healthy lifestyle through accessible at-cost programs.
This enormous former airplane hangar and its surrounding fields form a multi-functional indoor and outdoor space for active events. Space is available for rental, and The Hangar also hosts several leagues, including soccer, baseball, football, and other sports.
Home to the Ontario Volleyball Association, Downsview Park hosts indoor volleyball leagues and tournaments with programs for all ages.
An exciting alternative for active lifestyles, with circus arts instruction for all ages, interests and abilities.
This 42,000 sq. ft. state-of-the-art, multi gymnasium facility is the ultimate destination for basketball enthusiasts. Camps and court rentals are available, as well as leagues and pickup play on the four regulation size courts and three half courts.
The 12,000 sq. ft. air-conditioned facility is home to some of the best indoor climbing anywhere, with walls up to 36 ft. in height, and the world’s largest indoor stalactite.
A paved 2.7 km path, the circuit loops around Downsview Lake, orchard, meadow and forests. It’s a great venue for events such as charity runs and walks.
Home to numerous minor hockey associations that play and practice at the facility, including the Greater Toronto Hockey League, this beautifully designed indoor arena features four NHL size rinks. The arena also houses the Greater Toronto Skating Academy, which includes a sports psychology clinic and a full-service pro shop.
BMO Training Ground and the Toronto FC Academy represents a $21 Million investment made by Maple Leaf Sports & Entertainment in the future of Canadian soccer.
The 9-acre (3.6 hectare) stormwater-fed lake features walkways, fountains, stone seating areas, large shade trees, and gardens with connections to Keele Street along its north shore.
Located behind The Keeley is a lush ravine which you can explore on foot or by bike. The ravine trails wind more than 15 km from just north of the 401 all the way up to York University.