Nature Trails near Brampton, Ontario

The Financial Times recognizes Brampton as an FDI Americas City of the Future for business friendliness and infrastructure. In addition, this town is designated as an International Safe City by the World Health Organization.
Leading national and multi-national companies from all sectors have set up operations in here, in a nod to our strategic market position, the diversity of our young and skilled workforce and the diversity of our business community.
Existing and developing life sciences facilities put Brampton in an enviable position as a leading destination in Ontario for health sciences services and research.

And when it’s time to relax, Brampton steps it up. With theatres, museums, galleries, shopping, dining, recreation facilities and about 9,000 acres of parkland and seemingly endless walking and cycling trails, and offers many destinations to pursue entertainment, relaxation, creative expression and physical fitness options.

Brampton is home to more than 200 different cultures and more than 80 languages. Add to the mix our robust representation in the creative economy, and you have all the ingredients for a constant buzz of energy and excitement – from our historical downtown area to our sustainable suburban communities.
But we’re more than happy to say it too - Brampton is the destination city to live, work, play and invest.

Some of Ontario's best hiking trails and nature trails are near Brampton.

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The Chinguacousy Trail was named after Chinguacousy Park, the largest park along the trail route. The word “Chinguacousy” means “Land of the Tall Pines.” This trail follows a linear park system starting from James F. McCurry Victoria Park Arena...


Claireville Conservation Area is the largest natural setting of its kind, on the doorstep of four major GTA cities: Brampton, Mississauga, Toronto and Vaughan. The natural landscape here boasts wetlands, valleys, forests, grasslands and the west branch of the Humber...


Heart Lake Conservation Area’s hiking trails offer some of the most panoramic vistas in southern Ontario. Let exploration captivate you. Tall ridges surround you as you enter the woodlands. Curved trails guide you up hills, through flowered meadows, and past a still...