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Wednesday, May 29 2019

The 5 Best Parks in Brampton

June is almost here, and that means that the hot weather and summer fun isn’t far behind! Everybody loves to get outside and feel the warm sun on their faces, the cool and crisp grass in between their toes, and there’s no better place to do that than in a park.

Luckily, the parks in Brampton Ontario are some of the best parks around, but which are the absolute best to visit? No need to worry, fine Bramptonintes, we’ve got the answers right here.

 

Sesquicentennial Park

11333 Bramalea Road

This great park with a multisyllabic name is just a hop, skip, and a jump from our beloved Mayfield Village. Sitting at 96 acres, this sports park is dressed to the nines! It features a grand total of eight fully-fenced baseball diamonds, not to mention all the open space you could want. Truly, one of the best parks in Brampton.

 

Chinguacousy Park

9050 Bramalea Road

This is the largest park in Brampton, and as such it has the largest diversity of activities and attractions. Coming in at a whopping 101 acres, Chinguacousy park has both sporting facilities and leisure options, tennis courts, beach volleyball courts, a greenhouse, a petting zoo, mini-putt, paddle boats, a splash pad, a playground, a skate park to boot. For almost every outdoor activity, you want to head to Chinguacousy Park.

 

White Spruce Park

10302 Heart Lake Road

This 54-acre park is a great spot for walking, outdoor sports, and exploring trails. Just south of the Heart Lake Conservation Area, this park features one of the only leash-free dog locations in the city! So grab the family, grab the pooches, and start having some fun outside.

 

Dixie/407 Park

7599 Dixie Road

Yet another park for sports, the Dixie/407 Park sits at a respectable 100 acres, and is one of the few parks in the area to feature a cricket pitch! A great spot to play a friendly game of soccer as well, it’s often used as pre-game training for the Pan Am and Parapan Am Games.

 

Professor’s Lake Park

Jameson Crescent and North Park Drive

By far the most summer-friendly of all the parks mentioned in this list, Professor’s Lake Park (as you might have guessed) features a lake that all visitors can enjoy. You can swim, fish, bomb down the water slide, play a game of beach volleyball, walk the path on the lake’s perimetre, or go paddle boating with someone special.

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