Gage Park | 45 Main St N, Brampton, ON L6Y 1M9
Originally opened in 1903, Gage Park is Brampton’s oldest municipal park and most popular place in downtown Brampton. Pretty floral gardens, large trees, gazebo and fountain provide a wonderful setting popular with both local residents and tourists.
Charles F. Watson Park |
Highway 10, east side of Peel Village Pkwy
These showpiece gardens are an oasis of colour, situated along the Etobicoke Creek Trail, the gardens are below street level and are located on the east side of Highway 10 at Peel Village Parkway. Visitors are encouraged to park at Shoppers World and cross at the traffic signals before making your way down to the park..
Historic Bovaird House |
563 Bovaird Dr E, Brampton, ON L6V 3V6
The Historic Bovaird House is a significant Brampton heritage landmark. The Friends of Bovaird House and the City of Brampton have developed this wonderful Georgian-type farmhouse into a popular tourism attraction. The property boasts heritage gardens typical of 19th century paintings, which include a rose garden, herb garden and orchard.
Brampton Soccer Centre |
1495 Sandalwood Pkwy E, Brampton, ON L6R 0K2
The Brampton Soccer Centre
offers community meeting space, indoor soccer and cricket for all residents. A beautifully landscaped courtyard plaza lies at the north-east corner and a nine-bed floral display decorates the west side of the building.
Donald M. Gordon Chinguacousy Park | 9050 Bramalea Road, Brampton, ON L6S 6G7
Renovations are complete and the park has re-opened after undergoing a $24.5M revitalization! Come for the day and explore the formal gardens and lush greenhouse. Stroll the pathways surrounding the ponds, visit the barn and petting zoo. For more information on events and activities at Chinguacousy Park, click here.
Professor's Lake Park | 1660 N Park Dr, Brampton, ON L6S 5S8
Professor's Lake is a luxurious, man-made, spring-fed lake spanning 26 hectares (65 acres). It features well-groomed sandy beaches and is used extensively for windsurfing, canoeing, sailing, paddle boating and fishing. Only non-motorized boats are allowed on the water. Other lakeside pursuits include a waterslide, beach volleyball, playgrounds and ice skating in the winter.
Professor's Lake Trail features a scenic walking, cycling and inline-skating path that follows Brampton's park system. Information signs are posted at various points along the trail. There's always something going on at Professor's Lake. The Professor's Lake Neighbourhood Recreational Advisory Committee (PLNRAC), a volunteer group of residents, organizes the famous annual summertime Professor's Lake Beach Party. You'll find the Professor's Lake Recreation Centre
on the south shore of the lake, where many fun events take place.
Eldorado Park |
8520 Creditview Road, Brampton, ON
Surrounded by natural forest on the banks of the Credit River, Eldorado Park features the City of Brampton’s only outdoor pool. You will find great places to fish, walk, picnic, and relax along the riverbanks. For more information,
Other Gardens in Brampton
- Creditview Sandalwood Community Park
- Centennial Park
- Dixie 407 Park
- Hanging baskets in Downtown Brampton