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King's Mill Park Trail


King's Mill Park is located on the west bank of the Humber River. It was the site of the King's Mill and Reserve, established by Lieutenant-Governor John Graves Simcoe in 1793 as Etobicoke's first industry. In 1821, Thomas Fisher leased the King's Mill, just below the Old Mill site. He built his home.

Direction: Vehicles can enter King's Mill Park at Humber Valley Drive, north of Riverwood Parkway or from Old Mill Road. Public transit includes the Prince Edward 66 bus and the subway at Old Mill station. Pedestrians and cyclists can travel through the park on the Tommy Thompson Trail.


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