Braemar Park-Bel Air Heights-Copeland Park is bounded by the Queensway to the north, Baseline Road to the south, Clyde Avenue to the east, and Woodroffe Avenue to the west. These communities were built primarily in the late 1950s and early 1960s although Minto built Castle Hill, a 21-storey apartment building, at the corner of Castle Hill Crescent and Clyde Avenue in the 1970s. Copeland Park is mostly surrounded by woods. Braemar Park is a small community just off the NCC bike path. The Central Experimental Farm Pathway borders each of these communities..