Parks, Forestry & Recreation

Rowntree Mills Park

Address: 155 ROWNTREE MILL RD Map It

This 92 hectare park along the banks of the Humber River between Finch Avenue West and Steeles Avenue West was named Rowntree Mills Park in 1969 in honour of Joseph Rowntree. Joseph Rowntree was a pioneer in north Etobicoke village of Thistletown and established two mills on the banks of the Humber River. In 1843 he built a sawmill on the east bank of the river. Five years later, he built a grist mill on the west bank. His mills were known as the "Greenholme Mills" and operated until the end of the nineteenth century.

  • Ward: 1
  • District: Etobicoke York
  • Near: Rowntree Mill Rd & Emily Ave
  • TTC Information


Facility TypeQuantityFacility Rating *
Bike Trail15

Drinking Fountain1


Parking Lot3

Picnic Site2


Washroom Facility1

* Facilities can be available to permit. Permit rates are dependent on facility rating of Premium, A, B or C and your group category. Use the Facility Rating Criteria to learn more about amenities that might be available at each facility.

Please contact the facility prior to your visit to determine if the facility can meet your needs.
Accessibility Features