Bedford Park is one of Toronto's most affluent neighbourhood with orginal homes constructed between 1890 and 1940. It is also known as Lawrence Park North or Nortown (North Toronto).

Bedford Park is divided into two parts by Yonge Street. It is bounded by Lawrence Avenue on the South, Bathurst on the West, Snowden Avenue and Brooke Avenue on the North and Riverview Drive Ravine on the East. 

Some of its Notable Amenities are:

1. Schools - John Wanless Junior Public SchoolBedford Park Public SchoolHavergal SchoolNorth Toronto Collegiate Institute are some of the many educational institutions available in Bedford Park.

2. Restaurants - Given how vast the neighbourhood is, the dining options are endless. Some of the well known eateries are Amaya's Bread BarBurger CellarWildfire Steakhouse and Wine BarLa Bamboche and Pusateris' Fine Foods

3. Parks & Recreation - Wanless Park, Woburn Parkette are few of the parks in the neighbourhood. The Bedford Community Centre is where residents can indulge in recreational activities and enjoy its gymnasium and indoor pool. 

Getting To Bedford Park By Public Transit  

The neighbourhood is accessible by the Yonge-University subway line, 61 Avenue Road, 165 Weston Road North, 96 Wilson Bus, 52 Lawrence West,162 Lawrence-Donway and 7 Bathurst buses.