With so many parks here in Brampton, why ever leave the city?
Lakes & Conservation Areas
Heart Lake Conservation Area
Camping, canoeing, fishing, fly fishing, picnic areas, hiking, and dog walking (leashed). Families will love the Wild Wetland Splash Pad open weekends starting Saturday May 22, 2010 and daily from Saturday June 26 to September 6, 2010.
10818 Heart Lake Rd, Brampton, ON
Tel. (905) 846-2494
Claireville Conservation Area
Unsupervised conservation land, natural landscape, hiking, dog-walking, and horseback riding available at the Claireville Ranch.
Queen Street East and Claireville (Conservation Road, west of Gore Road)
Swimming; wind surfing; canoes, paddles boats, and kayaks rentals; playgrounds; winter skating; a lakeside pathway for scenic walking, cycling and inline-skating; and a recreation centre.
1660 North Park Drive, Brampton, ON
Tel. (905) 791-7751 or (905) 874-2300
Brampton residents are fortunate to have over 850 parks in their community. Among the most popular are:
Located downtown Brampton at the southwest corner of Main & Wellington, is a favourite with families for its outdoor skating, playgrounds, and seasonal splash pad. It is also the location to many of Brampton’s annual events including the New Years Eve celebrations, Rotary Rib ‘n Roll, Classic Car & Legendary Stars weekend, and the Brampton Folk Festival.
DMG Chinguacousy Park
Site of the Chinguacousy Curling Club and Winter Tennis Club. Other attractions include picnic areas (including rentals for parties and events), tennis courts, volleyball courts, mini golf, skateboard park, petting zoo (just look for the barn), botanical gardens, a greenhouse and a ski hill. Many annual events including Brampton’s Winterfest, Spring Fling in Ching, and Canada Day celebration.
9050 Bramalea Road (Central Park Drive & Queen Street East)
Tel. (905) 458-6555
Seasonal facility with playground area, an outdoor pool, picnic and hiking and walking trails.
8520 Creditview Rd, Brampton, ON (Creditview Road & Queen Street)
Tel. (905) 874-2874