Recreation in Cliffcrest
Bluffers Park, located along the Lake Ontario shoreline, features a large, sandy beach and many fine picnic areas. This lakeside park also features a marina, yacht clubs, and a popular waterfront restaurant. Bluffers Park can be accessed by car off Brimley Road South.
Tots Park, located at the south end of this neighbourhood features a children's playground and a baseball diamond. Halbert Park, in the north end of Cliffcrest has a wading pool and an outdoor pool. The R.H. King Academy has an indoor pool that is open to the public at designated times for recreational and instructional swims.
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The Robbie International Soccer Tournament is 43 years old and going strong.
The Robbie International Soccer Tournament began in 1967 when a remarkable group of volunteers at the Scarborough Minor Soccer Association held a meeting to discuss staging an annual soccer tournament for charity. Now in its 43rd year the “The Robbie” is the world’s largest annual charitable soccer tournament. To date this celebrated event has raised over 1.5 Million dollars for the Canadian Cystic Fibrosis Foundation and Muscular Dystrophy. Boys and girls from a myriad of age groups will compete in this competition on the weeeknd of July 3-5. Games will be held at soccer fields across Scarborough. The main event will be preceded by the Robbie Mini Soccer festival Under 8 & 9s on June 27 and 28.
Scarborough’s Birchmount Stadium will host the 43rd annual Robbie International Soccer Tournament