High Park Club is literally a hidden treasure. At 100 years of age, one of Toronto’s oldest curling clubs is nestled in a heritage residential area close to High Park.
High Park Club features five of the city's best maintained sheets of curling ice. The club's friendly members and comfortable atmosphere can accommodate everyone from the novice curler to the experienced player.
Initially, the Club's sweeping verandah provided the ideal spot for watching the Club's lawn bowling facilities in action; now it provides shade for those observing the most unique tennis facilities in the city – lawn tennis – played on the only club-owned grass courts in Ontario.
High Park Club has the perfect unique setting and atmosphere for your Toronto event. Hall facilities accommodate banquets, meetings, events, wedding receptions and more, providing a full catering menu with appeal to a variety of tastes.
Celebrations of the 100th Anniversary will take place throughout 2011, beginning with the annual President’s Levee on January 1, 2011, and ending with a tribute to the Inaugural Ball on December 15th, 2011.
To find out more about our Centennial, visit the Centennial Section.