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An Historic Site
Milne Hollow is the northern gateway to the Charles Sauriol Conservation Reserve in floodplains of the East Don Watershed, and is located at the south-east corner of Lawrence Avenue and the Don Valley Parkway. Milne Hollow is a Toronto Bird Flyways site, has a Community Stewardship Program Team, and is the northern access point for a major East Don Trail improvement and connection project. The park is also home to Milne House, a heritage home undergoing stabilization work, which has significant cultural value in the East Don Watershed.
A park driveway allows vehicular, cycling and pedestrian access from Lawrence Avenue. With the completion of major East Don Trail construction, which is scheduled for Spring 2011, there will also be cycling and pedestrian access from two routes on the East Don Trail.
Read a first hand account of taming this wild space or watch this short video.
Where can I find it?
By car or bicycle:
Take Lawrence Ave. East. Turn south onto Old Lawrence Ave. and drive down to the parking lot
Eglinton Station: take 54 Lawrence East bus. Get off at "Lawrence at Railside" (Eastbound)
Woodbine Station: 91C North. Get off at "Lawrence at Underhill" (Northbound)
Check with the TTC for schedules and route changes.
From the intersection of Lawrence Ave. East & Old Lawrence Ave, walk south on Old Lawrence Ave. until you reach the parking lot by the picnic benches.
LEAF is pleased to be working in partnership with City of Toronto Parks, Forestry and Recreation on this project. Our work is supported through Live Green Toronto by a Community Program for Stormwater Management (CPSWM) grant. CPSWM provides funding for community-based projects related to wet weather flow management and water pollution prevention. This project is also supported by Ontario Power Generation and Ontario Trillium Foundation.