Our Humber River Paddling Center is located right on the beautiful History & Nature Packed Humber River!
Paddling the calm & meandering Humber River is the perfect way to get outside and have fun this season! The Humber River is one of Toronto’s hidden gems and is home to a huge variety of wildlife, including Beaver, Blue Heron, Deer, Coyotes, Egret, Mink and much much more!
Located only a 5-minute walk from Old Mill TTC Station (Toronto’s Public Transit) you don’t even need a vehicle! Simply book your boat(s) online and our friendly staff will have everything ready and waiting for your relaxing paddle of the scenic Humber River’s calm beautiful waters!
We are located next to the river, on the west bank of the Humber River under the Bloor Street bridge/over-pass and under the Old Mill TTC subway station.
TTC (Public Transit) or Walking
Take the TTC (Toronto’s Public Transit) to Old Mill TTC station.
When you exit the station turn left and walk to Bloor St. when you reach Bloor St. turn left again and walk until you come to the bridge going over the Humber River.
Before the bridge, on your left side you will see stairs leading down. Take the stairs leading down into the Humber Valley.
We are located in the parking lot 200 metres in-front of bottom of stairs, straight ahead, just to your left.
Limited free parking is available right at our location on the west bank of the Humber River right under the Old Mill TTC Subway Station. The entrance to Kings Mill Park is a street located on the very East Side of the Old Mill Inn & Spa. (Look for a large sign that reads “Discovery Walks”. This street runs South into Kings Mill Park. Follow this street all the way to the end at the parking lots and you will see our boats and staff.
Additional free parking is available on the east side of the Humber River at the Etienne Brule Park, which is across the pretty bridge near the Old Mill Inn & Spa. After parking your car at the Etienne Brule park, you would have to walk back towards the Old Mill Inn and Spa, across the bridge heading to the west side of the Humber River and turn left onto the street leading south into Kings Mill Park (look for a large “Discovery Walks” sign) just before you reach the Old Mill Inn and Spa.
More paid parking is available across the street from the Old Mill Inn and Spa.
Note: There are Poles available close by to lock bicycles.