Destination Gardens

The City of Brampton has made great strides in revitalizing our floral heritage and building a reputation as Canada’s Flower City. Brampton showcases some of the most interesting and beautiful flowerbeds and floral displays in the province. Through our beautification program, the City has planted millions of bulbs and flowers to beautify our streets, parks, open spaces and public facilities. With over 400 roadside gardens and 1 million spring flowers, you’ll see why Brampton was the 2008 Communities in Bloom International Winner!

Destination Gardens 

Charles F. Watson Family Gardens 

This beautiful showpiece gardens is an oasis of colour. The gardens are below street level on the Etobicoke Creek Trail.  


On Highway 10, on the east side at Peel Village Parkway.  Park at Shoppers World and cross at the traffic lights.

Gage Park

The most popular place in downtown Brampton to enjoy the fresh air…Gage Park is Brampton’s oldest municipal park and a very beautiful one.  Pretty floral gardens, large trees, gazebo and fountain provide a wonderful setting popular with both local residents and visitors from far and wide.


On the southwest corner of Main Street South and Wellington Street West. Parking is available underneath City Hall just across the street or at metered on-street spots. 
Donald M. Gordon Chinguacousy Park Greenhouse and Gardens 

Escape from the winter weather in our greenhouse oasis and bask in our gardens during the summer sun.  You will find our gardens and greenhouse at the south end of the park fronting Queen Street East.


9050 Bramalea Road, just north of Queen Street East.  


Historic Bovaird House 

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 plantings including a pretty rose garden, herb garden and orchard.  You will want to take a tour of the house while you are there.


Hours of operation:

Mid-February to Mid-December

Wednesday, Saturday and Sunday – noon to 4 p.m.



563 Bovaird Drive, just east of Kennedy Road on Bovaird Drive (West of Highway 410) 


Brampton Soccer Centre 

The Brampton Soccer Centre offers community meeting space, indoor soccer and cricket for all residents. A beautifully landscaped courtyard plaza lies at the at the north-east corner, and a nine-bed floral display decorates the west side of the building. 


1495 Sandalwood Parkway East, southwest corner of Dixie Road and Sandalwood Parkway
Toronto Ontario Temple

The Toronto Ontario Temple of The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-Day Saints in Brampton offers some of the most beautiful grounds in the Greater Toronto Area. With its spectacular flowers and impressive fountains, the gardens of the temple are open to the public and are a welcome place of peace and refuge. On four hectares (10 acres of land), the site includes hundreds of trees, almost 8,000 annuals and a wide assortment of perennials. The Temple respectfully requests that there be no smoking, sports activities or picnicking on the grounds.


Hours of operation:

Open during the growing season on Sunday and Tuesday to Friday from noon until 8 p.m., Saturday 8 a.m. until 8 p.m. Closed on Mondays. 


10060 Bramalea Road, at Bovaird Drive

 Community Forest

Brampton’s Community Forest is an exciting partnership between the City of Brampton and the Toronto and Region Conservation Authority, with the generous support of Trees Ontario, Tree Canada and the Region of Peel. Working together, we are creating a forest along Etobicoke Creek, in the heart of the city. It will showcase healthy urban forests and leave a legacy for future generations.


Elgin Woods Park, on the west side of Hurontario Street south of Elgin Drive, this forest serves as a recreational destination and a naturalized area.