Jack Darling Memorial Park: Perhaps the most popular park in Mississauga, Jack Darling Memorial Park has an enviable position on Lake Ontario’s shoreline.
Richard’s Memorial Park: Richard’s Memorial Park is a smaller version of Jack Darling Memorial Park.
Rattray Marsh: It’s rare to find an incredible intact natural marsh in a city of nearly a million people, but in Mississauga it exists.
Brueckner Rhododendron Gardens: If you are visiting either Jack Darling or Richard’s Memorial Parks, and enjoy colourful shrubs and plants, a stop in at the Brueckner Rhododendron Gardens is a must.
J.C. Saddington Park: What was once a landfill, has been transformed into a pleasant park that extends far out into Lake Ontario, providing incredible views across the water.
Lakefront Promenade Park: Lakefront Promenade Park has everything you could want in a waterfront park, from beaches to boat launches.
Erindale Park: Located just off Dundas Street, Erindale Park is located in the southwest part of the city.
Kariya Park: If you are feeling a bit stressed out or overwhelmed, Kariya Park is the cure for what ails you.
- Riverwood Conservancy: Justnorth of Erindale Park anconnected via the Culham Trail is
the Riverwood Conservancy.