Erindale park, Mississauga
Categories: Nature & Parks
Erindale park is located in Mississauga. To visit Erindale park on your holiday in Mississauga, and find out what else Mississauga has to offer, use our Mississauga holiday planner.
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This park has so much to offer. Great for a summer picnic, beautiful fall walks, great fishing and a excellent playground for my little guy.
Great park to spend a day.... huge with a creek where people fish - and YES - you get really big catch here. The area around the parking gets crowded but once you walk inside the park - yourself with ... read more »
Erindale Park is Mississauga's biggest park (222 acres) and connects to other trails and points of interest. Because we live in one of the neighbourhoods that lines the upper ridge of the Credit Valle... read more »
A truly exceptional park along the Credit River. It stretches for quite a long distance, and the paths are all gravel. You get a great view of the river itself, especially from a bridge over it located near the entrance of the park. I highly recommend this park for cyclists, runners, and those who just want to enjoy some fresh air and a good river without going anywhere near the city borders.
Great park for both picnic squatters and trail walkers. Wide and pleasurable walk all the way up to 403 along the creek. If you push it you can go through the residence along the path and continue up. Parking on the weekend might be tight where otherwise pretty comfortable to get to.
A large park within the city that provides a nice retreat into nature. Wide trails that are shared by walkers and casual cyclists. Occasional deer sightings.
Get lost for hours in this park! Lots of entrances and hidden trails. You will be surprised where you end up if you wander aimlessly. I love going for long hikes in good weather.
This is a very large and popular park with many places to bike, picnic, hike and get your feet wet. However, the available parking is completely lacking compared to the size and scale of the park. Families come and take up picnic areas with groups of 20, 50 or even 100 people and you literally have to park down the street and walk 20 minutes to get to the park. It's a huge deterrent now as even on an average weekend you are hard pressed to find a spot...go there on a long weekend and it will sour the experience.
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