Mississauga has many parks of all shapes and sizes. Many are maintained by the city. The trail system seems to be more for recreation then commuting.
eParks, operated by the City, lets you find Mississauga parks based on amenities that they offer.
Please do not copy any information from eParks to Wikisauga, as eParks (like all City of Mississauga data) is not open data.
Parks in Mississauga
Some of the major parks:
- Dr. Martin L. Dobkin Park
- Erindale Park
- Fleetwood and Garnetwood Parks
- Jack Darling Memorial Park
- Kariya Park
- Lakefront Promenade Park
- Mississauga Valley Park
- Parkway Belt Park
- Port Credit Memorial Park
- Riverwood Park – this one is a real gem
- Wildwood Park
- Zonta Meadows Park
- Burnhamthorpe Trail is a nice way to cut across the city
- Culham Trail is a long, winding recreational trail along the Credit River
Tip: The closing times posted at park entrances are serious. Using parks overnight may result in a ban. Kariya Park seems to be the most enforced.