Showing posts with label Mississauga Parks and Recreation. Show all posts
Showing posts with label Mississauga Parks and Recreation. Show all posts

Wednesday, 25 June 2014


Love the outdoor life or just wanna find somewhere to soak up the sun, having picnic with friends?


1. Erindale Park

Location: 1695 Dundas W St.
 Erindale Park allows and includes picnic areas, barbecues, playground, washrooms, nature trails, toboggan hills. 

Erindale Park is the largest park in the City and is perfect for group picnics, hikers, joggers, cyclists and cross-country skiers, bird watchers, wedding photography and anyone at all who enjoys getting back to nature.

Picnic area A seats up to 500 people and has a barbecue.
Picnic area B seats up to 200 people and has a barbecue.
Picnic area C seats up to 60 people and has a barbecue.
Picnic area D seats up to 100 people and has a barbecue.
Picnic area E seats up to 100 people and has a barbecue.

2. Huron Park

Location: 830 Paisley W. Blvd.

Huron Park offers and allows the following picnic areas, barbecues, playground, washrooms, spray pad, basketball
hoop, muti-use ramp, soccer field, tennis court,  volleyball

Whether you are looking to get involved in sports
activities or you are looking for a place to relax, Huron park has it all. A modular skateboard facility, Basketball nets, soccer fields, a splash pad for the kids, 
volleyball courts, bocce courts, picnic areas for large groups and beautiful parkland and trails.

3. Jack Darling Park
 Location: 1180 Lakeshore W Rd.

Jack Darling Park allows and
includes picnic
areas, barbeques, playground,
washrooms,spray pad, tennis
court, toboggan hill, leash
free zone.

Jack Darling Park is a public waterfront park with beautiful beaches where you can relax in the sun or launch windsurfers and canoes.
Picnic Area A seats 75 people with a barbecue, water available.
Picnic Area B seats 75 people with a barbecue, water available.

4.   JC Saddington Park
Location: 53 Lake Street
JC Saddington Park offers and allows: picnic
      areas, playground

5.   Lakefront Promenade

Location: 800 Lakefront

Lakefront Promendae offers and allows: picnic areas, barbeques, playground, washrooms, spray pad

The SUN is up and its high time to soak up some SUMMER Tanning. Also, Picnic parks are GREAT destination in your LIST of FUN THINGS TO DO with friends and families. Summer will be gone quickly so Have yourself Enjoyed!

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Tuesday, 18 March 2014

Secret Gardens

Secret Gardens!
The Sun is rising and the birds are chirping…can you feel it? Summer is on its way! Mississauga is a city with some of the most beautiful parks. Here are few!

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Lakefront Promenade Park.  This Park is a blast for youngsters. There’s a full splash pad water park where kids can cool off on warm days. Besides that is a sandbox which is every kids dream. While strolling on the leisure walkways you will always come across someone feeding the ducks or fishing.

Mississauga Valley Park. This is a great fun place to go. Not only does it have nice trails, but there is always a ball game going on and who wouldn’t love watching a good old baseball game. Even better if one decides to bring their own delicious snacks and have a small family picnic. There is also a splash pad for kids to chill off.

Erindale Park.  It offers a variety of activities for almost all ages, such as skiing, cycling, walking tails, playgrounds for kids and even a tobogganing hill. There are a few family picnic spots and an amazing view of salmon running in August at the North end of the park.

Kariya Park. This Japanese garden is located in the heart of Mississauga. It features a large metal maple leaf structure, 8 rocks with Canadian native petroglyphs, bear sculpture in a canoe called “The Water Road” and a bronze bell hanging in the pagoda which signifies friendship between Japan and Canada.

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Streets Ville Memorial Park.  Situated in the old StreetsVille area of Mississauga this park offers great recreational opportunities such as an outdoor pool, soccer fields, softball diamonds and lots more. Also, every year in June there is a “Bread and Honey” event held here.

Would you grab your running shoes and go to one of these parks? Share with us your favorite park that you have in mind?