Recreation in Governor's Bridge
Nesbitt Park is the quintessential neighbourhood park. This park is especially popular with families who have young children as it features an excellent children's playground.
The Moore Park Ravine can be accessed from Chorley Park which is situated within a short walk of this neighbourhood. The Moore Park Ravine walking trail is popular with bird watchers and nature enthusiasts. This trail follows the route of the old Belt Line Railway Company, a commuter railway train which ran through the Moore Park Ravine and through the City of Toronto from 1892 until 1894. The Belt Line tracks were removed during the First World War and used in the war effort in France.