Nature Trails near Mississauga, Ontario

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Mississauga is Canada's sixth largest city and one of Canada's Best Value Destinations of 2017*. This must-see city is conveniently located just a 30-minute drive from Toronto and within easy reach for day trips to Niagara Falls.

Take advantage of the endless ways to explore and discover Mississauga. Walk along a nature trail on the waterfront, go to an outdoor festival, sample great international cuisine, or enjoy a fantastic day of shopping.

Enjoy a night out on the town and then take in some of the city's fabulous theatre, entertainment, nightlife, and dining. With over 1,200 restaurants, Mississauga is a culinary hotspot bursting with the mouthwatering dishes and the converging cuisines of over 100 countries.

Join Mississauga for diverse festivals year round. Celebrate Canada's 150th anniversary of Confederation in 2017 with exciting and unique events. Explore more at

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David J. Culham Trail (off-road multi-use Trail): This multi-use Trail includes natural and urban settings. The Culham Trail is in two sections: Dundas Street to Mississauga Road (Streetsville) and Church Street to Velebit Court with links to University of Toronto...


Etobicoke Creek Trail (off-road multi-use Trail) This multi-use trail includes natural and urban settings.  The Mississauga portion of the Etobicoke Creek Trail is in two sections: Willowcreek Park, north of Dundas Street East to Rathburn Road East with a link to...


A 3.4 km trail that runs south from Derry Rd. through the scenic Lake Aquitaine Park, an active recreational area that was developed around a storm water management lake. Pedestrian walkways fan from the trail through the neighbourhoods, connecting schools and...


Culham Trail: Distance – 1.7 km This 18 km trail is nearing completion. It is designed to provide pedestrians and cyclists with a route from Erindale Park up the Credit River Valley to the City of Brampton and offers them the chance to enjoy the area’s natural and...


Knoll Trail – Distance – 0.3 km From the Pedestrian Waterfront Trail, visitors can enter a 0.3km boardwalk loop called the Knoll Trail.  The Knoll is home to some of the most sensitive and unique plant species in the conservation area and it is a great location for...

Sawmill Valley Trail

Sawmill Valley Trail Need an escape from the hustle and bustle of the city? Winding along Mississauga’s Sawmill Creek, the Sawmill Valley Trail offers visitors a glimpse into nature just steps from the University of Toronto Mississauga Campus and the busy throughway...