Leafy trails, quiet cycling paths, sandy beach and awesome swimming might not be the first things that come to mind when you think of Scarborough. For me, the easterly borough conjures strip malls and busy, multi-lane thoroughfares. That’s why I was delighted to discover Bluffer’s Park. The beach was large and sandy…and groomed! Lifeguards kept a close watch on swimmers. Calm dogs on leashes combed the trails.A restaurant and pub at Bluffer’s Park Marina!Lovely houseboats nestled in the moorings around the marina.
Who knew? Certainly not me, a west-end girl.
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