Clanton Park, sometimes referred to as Dublin Heights or Wilson Heights, is a quiet residential neighbourhood with a large Jewish population. This neighbourhood boasts excellent public and separate schools, six local parks, two greenbelts, two hospitals, a community centre, local bus service and close proximity to Toronto's commuter highways.

This neighbourhood is bounded by the Macdonald Cartier Freeway/Hwy 401 on the South, Bathurst Street on the East, Sheppard Avenue W on the North, Wilson Heights Blvd - Allen Road - Wilson Avenue on the West.

Notable Amenities at Clanton Park

1. Schools and Education:  Faywood Arts-Based Curriculum School, Dublin Heights Elementary and Middle School, St. Robert Elementary.

2. Food and Restaurants: Sampaguita VillageGryfe’s Bagel BakeryMoe Pancer’s (Deli), DAVIDsTEATimes Square DinerAragvi Restaurant (Middle Eastern), Forget Me Not Cafe (Vietnamese), Michel’s BaguetteMr Combo (Middle Eastern)

3. Shopping, Leisure and Recreation: The Sheppard Plaza, located at the north-west corner of Bathurst Street and Sheppard Avenue, The Bathurst Manor shopping plaza on Wilmington Avenue, The strip shopping plazas that line Wilson and Sheppard Avenues, The North York Centennial Centre at 580 Finch Avenue West, The Irving Chapley Community Centre is in Wilmington Park, The Bathurst Jewish Centre at 4588 Bathurst Street, The Forest Valley Outdoor Education Centre located on 60 Blue Forest Drive.

Getting to Clanton Park by Public Transit:

Downsview Station and Wilson Station on the YUS Subway Line - 29 and 329 Dufferin Street - 96, 120, 165, and 319 on Wilson Avenue - 84 on Sheppard Avenue West - 7, 160, and 310 on Bathurst Street