Bluffers Park

The most impressive section of the Scarborough Bluffs can best be seen from Bluffers Park, an artificial spit of land jutting into the lake. The park, located at the southern end of Brimley Road, is home to a number of marinas.

Scarborough - Bluffers Park

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Scarborough Bluffs
Head on view of the Cathedral Bluffs. August, 2002.
Scarborough Bluffs
Cathedral Bluffs, seen from the east. August, 2002.
Sailboats
Sailboats moored at Bluffers Park. August, 2002.
Scarborough Bluffs
Backlit trees at Scarborough Bluffs Park. May, 2002.
View from Bluffers Park
View to the west from Bluffers Park. August, 2002.
Dunkers Flow Management System
Dunkers Flow Management System. August, 2002.
Scarborough Bluffs
View of bluffs from Scarborough Bluffs Park. May, 2002.
Scarborough Bluffs
View of bluffs from Scarborough Bluffs Park. May, 2002.
Cathedral Bluffs
Dramatic shot of one part of the Cathedral Bluffs. August, 2002.
View from Bluffers Park
View to the east from Bluffers Park. August, 2002.
House boats
Controversial "house boats" permanently moored at Bluffers Park. August, 2002.
Seagulls on the Beach
Seagulls on the beach. May, 2002.