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Wanless Park is a neighbourhood and park in North Toronto.
It is located just north of Lawrence Avenue, between Bayview Avenue and Mount Pleasant Road.
Central to the Wanless Park neighbourhood is a public park called Wanless Park.
The park is approximately 9.5 acres (38,000 m2), with tennis courts, a basketball court, playground, a wading pool with a lifeguard, baseball diamond and grass fields. During the summer, camps and Ultimate tournaments occupy much of the grassy field area.
The land upon which Wanless Park sits was originally Waverley Farm.
In 1912, Toronto Suburbs Ltd., guided by George Kappele and D.F. Crowagen registered a plan of subdivision for the old Waverley farm at Mount Pleasant Road and Lawrence Avenue.
The developers named this new subdivision Waverley Park.
In the centre of the park, there is a "club house" which houses the tennis club, the summer camp office and washrooms.
The tennis courts were built in 1950, and an organized tennis club started in 1952 and has been running ever since. Every April, an annual "Clean Up the Park Day" is organised.