25 Peel Centre Dr. (Bramalea City Centre)
Family-friendly facilities take jumpers of all ages to new heights in this trampoline park that also features a climbing wall, foam pits, arcade games and a Toddler Zone for young ones. Spectators can enjoy lounge seating on the sidelines, big screen TVs, free Wi-Fi and healthy food choices at the Snack Shack.
Do Axe Throwing in Brampton with Far Shot! Trained by the head coach of the World Axe Throwing League - this is the place you want to go to throw an axe. Group rates for one hour are available at $25/person, for largers groups it is recommended doing $40/person for 2 hours. Each session comes with equipment, training and games! Your coach will train everyone on how to throw and then teach you games to play with your group.
255 Queen St. East Unit #1B
GlowZone 360 features a challenging 18-hole, glow-in-the-dark mini golf course, a 4,000-sq.-ft. themed Laser Tag Arena and a large games arcade, all under one roof! Whether you bring family, friends, your sports team or a birthday party, enjoy a great experience you can return to again and again.
Perplexity Escape Games
You and your friends will face fun-filled challenges to free yourself and figure out how to find the exit. Each themed room presents your group with different scenarios to try to break out of, including an interrogation room, an eerie farmhouse, a broken-down elevator, and a creepy motel.
Play. Eat & Party at Brampton Playdium.
Grab a game tag and take control. Suit up with your squard in a next level VR experience. Try your luck on one of the.100+ arcade classics., racing games, first-person shooters, roller coaster simulations and more. Channel your inner daredevil on the thrilling ropes course, 20-feet off the ground with over 10 different sky-high obstacles. Or lace them up and hit the bowling alley to show off your best techniques.
20 Biscayne Crescent,
Rollerplex Entertainment Centre
Brampton’s newest amusement complex offers fun on wheels! Get your groove on in the roller-rink or test your limits on the race car simulators to hit top speeds in luxury racing machines. If wheels aren’t your thing, there’s a karaoke room available for up to 16 guests.
Climb to great heights without leaving the city at Brampton’s first indoor rock climbing gym, opened in 2017. Toprock Climbing offers a wide variety of programs, lessons and activities suitable for family fun, first-time climbers and experienced rock crushers alike. Look for owners Kevin Allen and Trevor Davis who share their passion for climbing through training, teaching pro techniques and friendly community socials. Toprock is open everyday and drop-ins are welcome!
Treetop Trekking Brampton
Zip, fly, climb and trek your way through a canopy of trees in the Heart Lake Conservation Area. You can unleash your sense of adventure at Treetop Trekking’s zip line and aerial game park in Brampton. Courses range from beginner to advanced, suitable for adults, teens and kids as young as nine (minimum 55 inches in height). Work your way through a series of obstacles from tree to tree, such as suspended bridges, swings and balance logs. Don’t miss the king of all zip line experiences: two 1,000-foot zip lines that cross right over the lake. The park’s regular season runs from early April to the end of October. Reservations are recommended.
Heart Lake Conservation Area
10818 Heart Lake Road
Toll Free: 1.855.552.0090
Canada’s newest waterpark is right here in Brampton: Wet’n’Wild Toronto opened in 2017 on the site of the former Wild Water Kingdom. The park has invested more than $25 million in new rides and attractions over 45 acres of water adventure. There’s fun for everyone, from Wet’n’Wild Junior, for the very young, to the Oh Canada! drop slide, for the very adventurous to free-fall down a near-vertical chute. You can also relax poolside, rent a VIP Cabana or just lounge by the wave pool.
7855 Finch Ave. W.