Trails in Brampton

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View on Peel Trails Map Bovaird Drive Trail, 18.6 km
Type: Multi-use
Surface Paved asphalt
Washrooms / Amenities
  • Benches and garbage bins along the trail
  • Facility Centres with Washrooms are located at:
    • Brampton Soccer Centre
    • William Osler Medical Centre
    • Professor's Lake Recreation Centre
    • Mountainash Library
Parking Unknown
Season / Hours Year-round
Lighting Lit pathways
Winter Maintenance Yes
Pets Dogs must be leashed; stoop and scoop
View on Peel Trails Map Chinguacousy Trail, 9 km
Type: Multi-use
Surface Paved asphalt
Washrooms / Amenities
  • Benches and garbage bins along the trail
  • Facility Centres with Washrooms are located at:
    • Balmoral Recreation Centre
    • Brampton Soccer Centre
    • Civic Centre
    • Donald M. Gordon Chinguacousy Park
    • Ellen Mitchell Recreation Centre
    • James F. McCurry Victoria Park Arena
    • Knightsbridge Community & Senior Citizen's Centre
    • Lester B. Pearson Theatre
    • Terry Miller Recreation Centre
    • Chinguacousy Library
Parking
  • Parking and informational signs are located at:
    • Ellen Mitchell Recreation Centre (922 North Park Dr.)
    • Donald M. Gordon Chinguacousy Park (9050 Bramalea Rd.)
    • James F. McCurry Victoria Park Arena (20 Victoria Cres.)
  • The information signs indicate the trail route, the major features, and the facilities along the trail.
  • Additional Parking is available at the following facility centres:
    • Balmoral Recreation Centre
    • Brampton Soccer Centre
    • Civic Centre
    • Knightsbridge Community & Senior Citizen's Centre
    • Lester B. Pearson Theatre
    • Terry Miller Recreation Centre
Season / Hours Year-round
Lighting Lit pathways
Winter Maintenance Yes
Pets Dogs must be leashed; stoop and scoop
Notes / History

Feature Trail Brochure

This trail follows a linear park system from James F. McCurry Victoria Park Arena on Avondale Blvd, north approximately 8 km to Manitou Park at Dixie Rd. and Bovaird Dr.

The trail continues on the northwest corner of Bovaird Dr. at the Dixie Bovaird pond and follows the Discovery Channel, approximately 1 km north to the Brampton Soccer Centre at Sandalwood Pkwy.

View on Peel Trails MapEsker Lake Trail, 8 km
Type: Multi-use
Surface Paved asphalt
Washrooms / Amenities
  • Balmoral Recreation Centre
  • Heart Lake Conservation Area
Parking
  • Balmoral Recreation Centre
  • Heart Lake Conservation Area
Season / Hours Year-round
Lighting Lit pathways
Winter Maintenance Yes
Pets Dogs must be leashed; stoop and scoop
Notes / History Some gaps in the pathways network exist – scheduled to be constructed in 2010-2011.
View on Peel Trails MapEtobicoke Creek Trail, 14.5 km
Type: Multi-use
Surface Limestone from Mayfield Rd. to Inder Heights Drive; asphalt from Conservation Dr. to Steeles Ave.
Washrooms / Amenities
  • Benches and garbage bins along the trail
  • Facility Centres with Washrooms are located at:
    • Loafer's Lake Recreations Centre
    • Jim Archdekin Recreation Centre
    • Central Public Recreation & Arts Centre
    • Heritage Theatre
    • Gage Park
    • Memorial Arena Downtown Brampton
    • Peel Village Golf Course
Parking
  • Parking is available at Loafer's lake Recreation Centre (30 Loafer's Lake Ln.) and the Rosalea Parking Lot (Church St., east of Main St. N.)
  • Facility Centres with Parking are located at:
    • Loafer's Lake Recreations Centre
    • Jim Archdekin Recreation Centre
    • Central Public Recreation & Arts Centre
    • Heritage Theatre
    • Gage Park
    • Memorial Arena Downtown Brampton
    • Peel Village Golf Course
Season / Hours Year-round
Lighting Lit pathways
Winter Maintenance Yes
Pets Dogs must be leashed; stoop and scoop
Notes / History Feature Trail Brochure

  • Follows a linear park system east of Main St. just north of Steeles at the Charles F. Watson & Family Gardens, and heads north approximately 14.5 kilometres to the northern limits of Brampton.
  • When traveling through the downtown, you will need to take some sidewalks.
  • The Centennial Park pathway connector bridge will take you to Wellington St. (stairway access only).
    • Follow Wellington St. west to Chapel St., turn north (right) to Queen St..
    • Cross Queen St. at the lights to Market Square Blvd. Follow Market Square Blvd. north to Union St. Turn right on Union to Church S.
    • Turn right on Church and travel to Ken Whillans Dr. on the north side of Church St. and you will find the pathway continues from the northeast side of Church St. and Ken Whillans Drive.
    • There will be a slight jog right at Vodden St., where you will cross at the lights. (From this point on, you’ll have smooth sailing along the pathway.)
View on Peel Trails MapFletchers Creek Trail, 7.9 km
Type: Multi-use
Surface Paved asphalt
Washrooms / Amenities
  • Flower City Senior's Recreation Centre
  • Chris Gibson Recreation Centre
Parking
  • Flower City Senior's Recreation Centre
  • Chris Gibson Recreation Centre
Season / Hours Year-round
Lighting Lit pathways
Winter Maintenance Yes
Pets Dogs must be leashed; stoop and scoop
Notes / History There are pathway gaps in the Fletcher's Creek Trail network.
View on Peel Trails MapDon Doan Trail (Formerly Professor's Lake Trail), 11 km
Type: Multi-use
Surface Paved asphalt
Washrooms / Amenities
  • There are benches and garbage bins along the trail
  • Facility Centres with Washrooms are located at:
    • Chinguacousy Wellness Centre
    • Donald M. Gordon Chinguacousy Park
    • Earnscliffe Recreation Centre,
    • Greenbriar Recreation Centre
    • James F. McCurry Victoria Park Arena
    • Professor's Lake Recreation Centre
    • William Osler Medical Centre
    • Chinguacousy Wellness Centre
Parking
  • Parking and information signs are located at:
    • Earnscliffe Recreation Centre (44 Eastbourne Dr.)
    • Greenbriar Recreation Centre (1100 Central Park Dr.)
    • James F. McCurry Victoria Park Arena (20 Victoria Cres.)
    • Professor's Lake Recreation Centre
  • Additional Facility Centres with Parking include Chinguacousy Wellness Centre and Donald M. Gordon Chinguacousy Park.
Season / Hours Year-round
Lighting Lit pathways
Winter Maintenance Yes
Pets Dogs must be leashed; stoop and scoop
Notes / History Feature Trail Brochure

Follows a linear park system from Victoria Park Arena on Avondale Blvd. north and winds east of Bramalea Rd. through many residential neighbourhoods. The trail is approximately 11 km to Professor's Lake near Professors Lake Pkwy.
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