December 19, 2018
Parks

Parks (30)

This picturesque park is located at 53 Lake Street and is at the mouth of the Credit river in the village of Port Credit. J.C. Saddington Park offers picnic facilities, barbecues, comfort station, fishing, walking trails for joggers and cyclists, children's play facilities and a pond. The park also offers two picnic areas that seat 75 people each.

This large, diverse park offers many great facilities for families and individuals who want to spend time outdoors. The park is maintained by the City of Mississauga and it is classified as a picnic park with a waterfront. There is no entrance fee to the park.

Lakefront Promenade is located at 800 Lakefront Promenade off of Lakeshore Road East, east of Cawthra Road. The park offers an extensive board walk and walking trails, a children's play area, a beach area, 3 comfort stations, playground, water splash pad and a marina that offers berths for 170 boats and year round fishing spots. There is also a licensed out door patio and grill.

 Rhododendron Gardens is located at 660 Lakeshore Road West and is a 17.78 acre, 7.19 hectare city waterfront Garden Park which was acquired in 1975.  The park was formerly called Cranberry Cove.

Erindale Park is a large greenbelt at1695 Dundas Street West which contains a number of facilities, with three information kiosks located in the park that give a brief history of the community. This area of the Credit River supports runs of Rainbow and Brown Trout, Chinook, Coho and Atlantic Salmon. For the most part, this cold-water fishery is maintained by stockings of hatchery reared fish.

The Millennium Grove within Dunn Park is devoted to promoting knowledge of trees indigenous to Southern Ontario, Millennium Grove is home to over 70 species. The trees encompass 1.23 hectares (3 acres) of land, yet there is still room for the open areas and valley.

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