Public registration is now full. You may still sign up for the waiting list or register a corporate team.

 

 

Launch Site:
Ernest Thompson Seton Park, Toronto


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Access Ernest Thompson Seton Park via the entrance to Wilket Creek Park and Sunnybrook Park on the west side of Leslie St., just north of Eglinton Ave.  Follow the signs to the event.

Parking: 

There is limited parking at the main launch lot.  Overflow parking lots will be used and a shuttle bus will run throughout the day to bring paddlers from their vehicles to the main launch site parking lot.  Paddlers are asked to wait for the bus by the event signs which will be located at the top of each of the overflow parking lots.

Public Transit: 

Take Route 34C Eglinton East (links to both the Yonge-University-Spadina (vis Eglinton Station) and Bloor-Danforth subway line (via Kennedy Station)), Route 54 & 54A Lawrence East (links to the Yonge-University-Spadina subway line (via Eglinton Station)) or Route 51 Leslie (links to the Yonge-University-Spadina (via Eglinton Station) and Sheppard subway lines (via Leslie Station)).  Exit bus at the Leslie St. and Eglinton Ave. East stop and walk down the stairs on the south side of Eglinton to the launch site.  

Please note: Subway service on Sundays begins at 9:00 am.  Buses will be boarded outside the station before that time. 

 

Take-out Site:
170 Villiers Street, Toronto


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The take-out is located in the parkette found at the northwest corner of Villiers Street and Don Roadway, where the Don River meets the Keating Channel in the Toronto Port Lands.

Public Transit: 

Take Route 72A ( links to both the Yonge-University-Spadina (via Union Station) and Bloor-Danforth subway line (via Pape Station)). You can board the bus at the Don Roadway and Commissioners St. stop or Cherry St. and Villiers St. stop.

Parking: 

On-street non-metered parking is available.    

*Note about DVP Closure: At this time there are no plans to close the DVP on the day of our event. We will be checking in regularly with the City of Toronto in case this changes.