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Marilyn Bell Park Trail


Marilyn Bell Park follows the shoreline of Lake Ontario just west of Exhibition Place. At the age of sixteen, Marilyn Bell became the first person to swim across Lake Ontario from New York State. The park was officially dedicated on August 16, 1984, the 30th anniversary of her swim. A plaque near the park entrance commemorates this historic event. Directions:Marilyn Bell Park can be entered by vehicle only at the west entrance on Lake Shore Boulevard West.

Public transit to the park includes the Dufferin 29 bus and King 504 streetcar. Allow ten minutes to walk from the bus stop to this waterfront park. Pedestrians and cyclists can reach this destination along the Martin Goodman Trail, part of the Metropolitan Waterfront Trail network. With information from the City of Toronto website.
 



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