Mississauga-Brampton Hundreds of Winter Childrens & Youth Activities

Mississauga, Brampton and Peel's winter's are typical for Canada, with the "lake effect" keeping them somewhat mild, yet allowing a lot of snow to fall. Barring unusual cold spells, there is enough snow to make snow forts, toboggan and cross-country ski in the city. Here are a couple of winter suggestions:

  • Skate outdoors Many communities maintain outdoor rinks, but you can also visit the more scenic outdoor rinks (no hockey sticks):

  • Take a hike along the community's bike paths and recreational trails. They're especially pretty with fresh snow on the ground. The most scenic are:
    • Along the Etobicoke River and around Centennial Park
    • Along the Credit River
    • Along the Lakeshore's Waterfront Trail
    • Along Mimico Creek and Chinguacousy Park
    • Around the Claireville Conservation Area


  • Go tobogganning at the various hills in the area

  • Head out of town The countryside around the GTA has some winter wonderlands with lots of snow.

  • Go snowmobiling on trails nearby but out of town

  • Go Downhill skiing with hills at Centennial park in Brampton, Orangeville, Caledon,
    • to the west: Milton, and Kitchener
    • to the Northeast: Thornhill, Uxbridge, Alliston (or along the Niagara Escarmpment near Collingwood or the rugged hills north of Barrie)
    • to the east: at Earl Bales Park


  • Enjoy the holiday light displays In December each year, there are four popular holiday light displays:
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