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asked questions

  • How much does it cost to store luggage in Scarborough?

    The price for luggage storage in Scarborough starts from just CA$8.00/bag for the entire day.

  • Where can I store luggage in Scarborough?

    There are multiple locations all around Scarborough which can be booked through the Bounce platform including near Kaneff Park, Hawthorne Valley Park, The Distillery Historic District and many other areas.

  • Is it safe to store your bags in Scarborough?

    Yes. Every bag is tagged with a security seal and comes with the $10,000 Bounce Guarantee. Every location is required to uphold tight security precautions. You may be asked to show ID and you will be required to use a credit card to book through Bounce in advance. With hundreds of thousands of bags stored, you can count on Bounce to handle your baggage in Scarborough.

  • Are there storage lockers in Scarborough?

    Yes, there are storage lockers and luggage drop off points in Scarborough. Storing your luggage with Bounce is as easy as using a storage locker, except a real person is there to watch over your things. If you don’t want to worry about lockers being full or remembering the code for your locker, you can drop off your luggage at any of our convenient locations in Scarborough.

  • Where are the best places to stay and eat while in Scarborough?

    The most popular restaurants to visit are Tim Hortons, Parc Downsview Park, and Manulife Centre. Additionally, the highest ranked hotels within Scarborough are The Fairmont Royal York, Chelsea Hotel, Toronto, and Bisha Hotel.

  • Where are the best parks and nature attractions in Scarborough?

    Scarborough offers several scenic parks including High Park, Earl Bales Park, and Tommy Thompson Park.

  • Where can I find tourist information and guideposts in Scarborough?

    You can find local tourist information at Tourism Toronto, Toronto Hippo Tours, and Contiki Holiday.

  • What public transportation exists within Scarborough?

    When flying to Scarborough, you're likely to pass through Billy Bishop Toronto City Airport (YTZ). You're likely to pass through Finch Station Bus Loop, Union Station GO Bus Terminal, or Finch Vivastation if arriving by bus and Union Station (YBZ), Etobicoke North, or York Concourse Hall if arriving by train. Popular metro stations like Bloor-Yonge Subway Station, Sheppard West Subway Station, or Finch West Subway Station can be used for transit within Scarborough.


Store your luggage around Scarborough with Bounce 

The Toronto metro area is huge. In fact, it's one of the biggest in North America. The suburbs of most cities aren’t worth visiting, but that’s absolutely not the case amongst Toronto’s disparate residential cities. Across southern Ontario, you’ll find vibrant communities making their towns not only worth visiting but, in some cases, can’t-miss travel destinations. 

One of the best cities in the region is Scarborough, which is one of the most prominent cities in the Toronto Metro area. Sure, there are plenty of residential and (admittedly) “suburban” features of Scarborough, but there are also plenty of attractions and aspects of the town that appeal to a wide range of travelers. 

If you’re zipping around Scarbrough and other towns, you might not want to be lugging your bags around. Many of the attractions won’t have lockers, so you’ll want a place for secure luggage storage in town. Luckily, Bounce has plenty of storage spots in Scarborough and surrounding towns. 

Here’s everything you need to know for storing luggage near Scarborough:

Luggage storage in Scarborough

Scarbrough, being a suburb, does require quite a bit of logistics. You won’t want to be lugging the bags around parks or the zoo, especially if you don't have a car. Fortunately, Bounce is the largest luggage storage network operating in Scarborough. Across the city and surrounding suburbs, Bounce has dozens of luggage storage locations. Our intuitive mobile app makes it easy to find and book storage for a quick luggage drop on your way to the zoo or a shopping spree. 

There are also premium features like the BounceShield Guarantee that ensures quality of service. You’ll also find the attendants at these storage spots to be very helpful and friendly, as they are often local business owners who have partnered with Bounce. There is also a 24/7 customer support team.

Scarborough city guide 

Top things to do in Scarborough

The primary attraction in the area around Scarborough that brings visitors from across Canada is the Toronto Zoo. This is one of the largest zoos in the country and provides a highly diverse array of wildlife across its expansive grounds. It’s also one of the beacons for Canada’s conservation movement, as it contributes to the preservation of the natural habitats of animals around the world. 

Elsewhere, there are many parks like Bluffer's Park and Rouge National Urban Park on the shores of Lake Ontario. Scarborough Museum also provides a wonderful family-friendly option for learning about the town’s history. 

In town, visitors can explore a wide array of superb dining options that display Scarborough’s diverse communities. Asian cuisine, in particular, is at the forefront of Scarborough’s cultural offerings, whether it’s through the numerous restaurants or even the Pacific Mall. 

There’s quite a bit to do in Scarborough, so here are a few ideas for where to start: 

Museums in Scarborough

Scarborough Museum

This museum is a vital part of Scarborough as it tells the story of how the town was settled and how it became an important part of greater Toronto and Ontario. There are a few sections of the museum that feature different parts of Scarborough’s history. The Cornell House is a replica of one of the most prominent members of early Scarborough, and visitors can tour the house to see what sort of furniture and belongings these early residents had. The McCowan Log House has been restored to demonstrate how early settlers lived in the 1800s. The Hough Carriage Works is a collection of equipment and tools that forged the transportation infrastructure that helped build Scarborough and Toronto. You’ll find covered wagon replicas and other artifacts from the time to show how early settlers traversed the continent in search of a new home. 

The Toronto Zoo

Situated right on the border of Scarborough, the Toronto Zoo is one of the largest in Canada and well worth the short drive. With over 700 acres of green space, habitats, and buildings, this zoo is the perfect place to bring the kids. The highly diverse array of wildlife spans the globe, with different sections dedicated to the exotic ecosystems where these species come from. There’s a tundra for cold-weather animals and an Indo-Malaya area for tropical birds, insects, and primates. There’s an African Savanna where the largest animals can be found. Elephants, zebras, and rhinoceros will capture the kids' imaginations, and the zoo contributes to conservation efforts to protect these animals. 

Ontario Science Centre 

If you’re looking for something constructive for the kids, bring them to this educational attraction in nearby Toronto for hands-on exhibits and interactive displays. They’ll learn about various scientific topics, from physics to biology. The astronomy section, unsurprisingly, is the most popular, as the kids will learn about the cosmos and space travel. 

Lugging your belongings around museums is a drag and sometimes not even an option based on bag policies. While none of these landmarks or museums prohibit larger items, they also don't guarantee storage lockers, so it’s still preferable to drop the bags off. Bounce offers excellent service at the nearest luggage storage facilities to these museums. We are more affordable and come with premium features that make the whole experience a breeze. 

Shopping in Scarborough

Scarborough Town Centre

The largest shopping destination in Scarborough is this sprawling mall with over 250 stores on offer. You’ll find all the recognizable brand names you’d expect, with a few Canadian specialties throughout its department stores. 

Pacific Mall

This small, though much smaller than Scarborough Shopping Centre, offers an entirely different experience. Its focus caters to Toronto’s vibrant Asian communities through import stores and a fabulous food court that serves up Korean, Chinese, and Japanese street food favorites. 

Queen Street West (Toronto day trip)

While Scarborough isn’t exactly short of shopping opportunities, it pales in comparison with its neighbor, Toronto. Luckily, the most popular shopping destination in Canada is right at your fingertips with the uber-trendy Queen Street West. You’ll find high-end fashion boutiques and designer outlets along with hip brunch spots and cafés. The most popular local businesses are Fashionably Yours, Coal Miners Daughter, and Visit Mini Mioche.  

If you’re shopping around Scarborough or heading into Toronto for some retail therapy, you won’t want to be dragging your bags around. It’s much better to find luggage storage near Scarborough before heading out shopping, which is why Bounce places our locations near retail hotspots. 

Restaurants in Scarborough

Chris Jerk 

If you’re hungry in Scarborough, there is absolutely no better place to head than this stellar diner serving Jamaican comfort food. Not only are Chris Jerk’s traditional jerk chicken dishes as authentic as you’ll ever find in Canada, but these portion sizes can only be described as massive. Some of these recipes have been adapted to the Canadian setting, especially the Jerk Poutine, which combines the Quebecois favorite of French fries with gravy and topping it with fiery Jerk chicken instead of cheese curds. The jerk Shawarma is a carnivore's dream, with heaps of jerk chicken piled high with a serving of rice. Their recipes feature a complex mixture of fire, smoke, and sweetness. Not into chicken? Try their braised oxtail special for something truly hearty. 

Fishman Lobster Clubhouse

If you didn’t get your fill at Pacific Mall, you can always book a table at Scarborough’s best Chinese restaurant. This massive Hong Kong-style restaurant packs big flavors into bigger portions of Chinese seafood classics. Lobster is in just about every dish, from their highly popular fried rice to lobster soups and noodle dishes. You can always opt for the steamed sea bass if you’re not into shellfish. The scenery is a trip, with big LED lights, lobster and fish-filled tanks everywhere, and traditional decorations. It’s the perfect place for a night out with friends and celebrating special occasions. 

Fratelli Village Pizzeria

Sometimes, you just need a no-frills pizzeria and Italian restaurant. That’s exactly what you get with this community favorite. It’s a family-friendly space complete with authentic decorations and tablecloths. While the food is upscale, it’s still a comfortable casual atmosphere. It’s all about the classic here, so try the Margherita Pizza with the freshest basil imaginable or their more indulgent Sicilian version. Their pasta dishes are perfectly serviceable, with a Penne alla Vodka that hits the spot every time. If you really want to go all out, try their Linguine Mare with mussels and shrimp. 

Most of these restaurants are situated in the small downtown area of Scarborough. If you’re exploring this area, shopping around, and hitting up a restaurant, you won't want to have your bags weighing you down. Luckily, there are luggage storage services like Bounce available. Bounce’s storage spots are almost always situated near dining hotspots, so you’re covered.


Bounce is easily the best option for luggage storage Scarborough has to offer, but you could really say the same about the Toronto area in general. With locations in Toronto, Mississauga, and Richmond Hill, there really is no better option than Bounce if you need to store luggage when traveling through the area. 

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