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Roncesvalles Village




The establishment of Roncesvalles Village began with Colonel Walter O’Hara in 1850. Many of the streets in the area are named after his family members. In the early 1900s the streetcar began to travel to this area which instigated the growth of the neighborhood.


High Park is approximately a ten to fifteen minute walk from Roncesvalles Village or a 5 minute drive. It is the largest public park in the city of Toronto and is easily accessible by public transit as it is within close walking distance of both High Park and Keele subway stations. There is also plenty of free parking space available. Some highlights include:

  • Dog park
  • Playgrounds
  • Walking trails
  • Outdoor pool
  • Zoo
  • Skating rink
  • Outdoor theatre

Sorauren Park has many attractions for residents in the area including an off-leash dog area, yoga, farmer’s markets, fitness, and nature classes. It is located within Roncesvalles Village at Wabash Avenue and Sorauren Avenue.

Recreational Facilities

Both High Park and Sorauren Park have many recreational facilities available, as mentioned above. Keele Community Centre is also close by which has an indoor pool with swimming lessons available, as well as dance classes and day camps. Private recreational services in the area include:

  • Bloor Street Boxing and Fitness – 2295 Dundas Street West
  • Snap Fitness – 183 Roncesvalles Avenue

Shops and Restaurants

Roncesvalles Village has plenty of trendy restaurants, independently owned cafés, and specialty food stores. There is also a major grocery store located on the strip. Boutique clothing stores are beginning to pop up along Roncesvalles Avenue as well as on Queen Street West.


Roncesvalles has many great schools within its borders, including those from both the public and separate school boards. The following is a list of some of the schools in the area:

Elementary Schools:

  • Garden Avenue Junior Public School
  • Fern Avenue Junior and Senior Public School
  • Howard Junior Public School
  • St. Vincent De Paul Catholic School
  • St. Josephat Catholic School

Secondary Schools:

  • Parkdale Collegiate Institute
  • Bloor Collegiate Institute
  • Western Technical-Commercial School
  • Bishop Marrocco
  • St. Mary Secondary

*Please note that you may not be eligible for all schools listed above

Proximity to Downtown

Dundas West subway station is located on the Bloor-Danforth subway line. This provides quick and easy transportation to downtown Toronto. If at the southern end of Roncesvalles, the 501 Queen streetcar will take commuters to the heart of downtown. The Gardiner Expressway and Lakeshore Boulevard also provide fast access if you are driving and both take between ten and fifteen minutes to get downtown. Queen St. West is also a good route to take if staying on the western end of the downtown area.

Proximity to Airport

Pearson International Airport can be accessed easily by public transit by taking the subway. Simply get on at Dundas West station and get off at Kipling. From there, take the 192 bus to Pearson. The drive to the airport takes approximately twenty-five minutes going west along the Gardiner Expressway and north on Highway 427.