14 Toronto Wading Pool Labyrinths added to directory – for photos see directory
1. ALEXANDRA PARK WADING POOL LABYRINTH
275 Bathurst St. (east of Bathurst, south of Dundas)
7 circuits. 3 colours painted in wading pool. Picnic tables around. Wading pool located north west section of park beside Ryerson P.S.
2. CHRISTIE PITS WADING POOL LABYRINTH
750 Bloor St. West (At Christie Street)
Modified Chartres design. 11 circuits. Paths alternate between purple and orange. Labyrinth designs are painted in various open spots. Benches. Located in centre of park in the wading pool beside the playground. Parking on surrounding streets.
3. EARLSCOURT PARK WADING POOL LABYRINTH
1200 Lansdowne Ave. (South of St. Clair West and just west of Lansdowne)
16 circuits, 7 colours, painted in wading pool. Picnic tables and benches surround labyrinth. Located behind Community Center, just west of the Children’s playground area in north-east section of park. Parking on Lansdowne and St. Clair West.
4. EAST LYNN PARK WADING POOL LABYRINTH
1949 Danforth Ave. (south of Danforth between East & West Lynn Aves)
Not the usual labyrinth path but a spiral path that takes one from the outer edge right into the centre of this wading pool. Beautifully painted. Located in southern section of park.
5. ED MC CLEVERTY WADING POOL LABYRINTH
Gerrard St. East between Main St. and Reeve Drive
11 circuits. Multi-coloured labyrinth painted in wading pool. Located in Equal Access Playground just east ofTed Reeve arena. Parking on Gerrard St.
6. EGLINTON PARK WADING POOL LABYRINTH
200 Eglinton Ave. West (Between Yonge St. and Oriole Pkwy.)
11 circuits. 3 colourspainted in wading pool. Next to Tommy Ryan Playground in north-west part of park. Parking behind community center, entrance off Edith Drive.
7. FAIRMOUNT PARK WADING POOL LABYRINTH
1757 Gerrard St. (Between Coxwell and Woodbine Aves.)
11 circuits. 3 colours painted in wading pool. Located in south west corner of park. Parking on Beaton. Benches around pool.
8. FRED HAMILTON WADING POOL LABYRINTH
155 Roxton Rd. (south of College, east of Ossington Ave.)
Original design painted in wading pool. 108 turns walking in and back out. Picnic benches. Beside children’s playground in south east end of Playground.
9. KEMPTON HOWARD PARKWADING POOL LABYRINTH
100 Strathcona Ave. (south of Danforth between Pape and Donlands)
11 circuits. 4 colours painted in wading pool. Benches. Shady area. Labyrinth is located at foot of Wroxeter - take wooden stairs down to park.
10. MACGREGOR PARK WADING POOL LABYRINTH
346 Lansdowne Ave. (north of College, west side of Lansdowne)
Unique and fun for children. Path follows animal shapes outlined in white painted in the wading pool. Watch for the dead ends. Benches.
11. RIVERDALE PARK WEST WADING POOL LABYRINTH
375 Sumach St. (corner of Carlton & Sumach)
7 circuit. Blue paint outlines the path. Located east of entrance to Riverdale Farm. Parking around park.
12. WADSWORTH PARK WADING POOL LABYRINTH
120 Connolly St. (South onLaughton Ave.)
Unique labyrinth with 11 circuits, painted in 4 colours in wading pool. The path avoids the various cracks and surface damage in the concrete pool resulting in 80 turns. Benches surround labyrinth. Very attractive labyrinth next to playground area. Parking on surrounding streets.
13. WEST HILLS PARK WADING POOL LABYRINTH
145 Hilton Ave. ( South of St. Clair & 1 block east of Bathurst)
First Nations – Medicine Wheel Labyrinth. 11 circuits. The labyrinth area is divided into four sections with the path painted a different colour in each section: yellow, black, red, or white. The four quadrants represent the four seasons, four cycles of day and night, four parts of self. This represents the life journey of people, the circle of life.
Benches surround labyrinth. Next to playground. Parking on West Hills and Hilton.
14. WITHROW PARK WADING POOLLABYRINTH
725 Logan Ave. (south of Danforth Ave. between Logan & Carlaw Aves.)
Wide blue path, 4 circuits painted in wading pool. Pink umbrellas, picnic area and playground also in this fenced-in area. Located in northwest area of park.