Ok for overnight parking. Lots of lights and police came by at night.
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Stayed for 3 nights.
When there is an event on the price is $20 per 24 hours. We (un)fortunately arrived when the Toronto food truck festival was on. Was deliciously expensive!
Other than that it’s as you’d expect in a city, bit of noise and traffic but nothing too major. Slept well when there.
Also, a note on the bigger car park on the other side. No signage in there about paying, says it’s owned by the cinema(?) and a guy in a booth told me it wasn’t free. Said ‘nothings ever free’…? I asked who owned it, he said the cinema, I was curious to know if he worked for the cinema… never found out.
Just be wary but it seems like it’s fine to park there for free. Just maybe not when there’s events on.Report Check-In
There are two different parking lots. Pulling in from Eastern Ave there’s unmetered (free) parking on the left. Huge car park with lots of space and a green boulevard around the back and far side. (see update below) We were able to spend the day set up in the free lot and there are clean washrooms just around the corner! Come evening both the lot attendant and PD said we needed to move over to the other side (right hand side when pulling in from Eastern Ave) and paid $8 for 12hrs. Paid lot was crowded with long term parked rigs and fairly noisy all night but cheap. **UPDATE** After spending the night on the paid side and doing errands around the east end in the morning, we headed back to the "free" side lot to work for the mid morning to the afternoon. Same attendant showed up around 1pm and started to yell at us telling us that we weren't allowed to park on the free side (though he does not own that side and PD also sitting in the lot were no bothered by us) and said that we must leave. It was unpleasant and made an awesome spot unusable. We had no intention of spending many hours and we had not set up camp. We were just sitting in the van working but he harassed us until we moved. Don't plan to use the "free" side if owner of the pay side shows up.Report Check-In
Park in the green zone for 15$ a day, I was in orange zone and it way 25$ a day. Slept well and parked here thru the day and rode my bike downtown. Not a bad spot 30 minuite bike ride to downtown. Bathrooms 3-5 min walk away inside the park open 9am - 10 pm. Decent spotReport Check-In
Parfait pour passer la nuit(Woodbine Park). Nous avons pris un Ubert pour nous rendre à la tour du CN pour 35$. Sinon le circuit d'autobus est directement au parking de la plage.Report Check-In
Covered in several inches of snow but perfect for us for the night! Great find! QuietReport Check-In
$12 for 24 hours big parking lot for woodbine park
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All day parking near Woodbine beach, Toronto.
$15 as of July 05, 2021
Asked the parking guy if I can stay here overnight. His answer was: “You can do whatever you want, Sir. Nobody is going to bother you until tomorrow morning.” Indeed, there were no problems. Will come again.
Green P (municipal) parking lot #048. Allows overnight parking from 7:00 pm to 7:00 am for $5.00. Day parking is $1.50/30 minutes or $9.00 for the day.Report Check-In