Zipline over Heart Lake and checking out Brampton’s natural spaces on horseback, are just two things that you can do this summer in Brampton.
You will find plenty of entertainment, food and fun, in this list of 30+ awesome things to do in Brampton this summer:
1. Hike Brampton’s longest trail
Explore Brampton’s City’s southern and northern boundaries through 17 kilometres of Etobicoke Creek Recreational Trail and enjoy sightings of urban wildlife as you meander through parks, urban forests and wildflower field.
2. Go Horseback Riding
Visit Claireville Ranchand go on a relaxing and peaceful journey on horseback. They offer one hour trail rides that takes you through woods, streams, fields and hills.
3. Party in the Lanes
Bring your dancing shoes and best moves for this evening filled with live entertainment. This event will feature three laneways, delicious food, and much more!
Friday, July 19 & August 23 at 6 PM – 10 PM in downtown Brampton.
4. Bike the Creek
Explore Brampton on Bike! Join hundreds of cyclists in our fun family ride through the spectacular valleys, trails and historic landmarks, urban and rural settings of Brampton and Caledon. If you can make it on that day, check the routes and explore on a weekend! Brampton’s Trails & PathWays Guide can be obtained by visiting Brampton City Hall, any recreation centre throughout Brampton, any Brampton Public Library branch, or download online.
June 22, 2019 or download the map and drive at your leisure on a day of your choosing!
5. Summer in the Square
Check out Garden Square all summer for a variety of fun events including movie nights, live entertainment, music series featuring local artists and much more!
6. Wet ‘n’ Wild
Try out Canada’s longest bowl water slide, blast through adventure slides, try out mini slides, spray toys, a tipping bucket, and gallons of kid-sized fun await you in this ultimate family oasis.
7. Peel Art Gallery Museum and Archives
Visit the Peel Art Gallery Museum to learn more about your community.
8. Rose Theatre
Love theatre? Enjoy an evening of summer theatre at Rose Theatre. This years shows include “From Judy to Bette”, “Where You Are” and “Person of Interest”.
Check out their website for a full list of shows.
9. Chinguacousy Park
This park is filled with great facilities like tennis courts and beach volleyball. They also have a Carousel and Train Ride, Petting Zoo, Pony Rides, Mini Golf, Splash Pads and so many more great activities for the whole family.
10. Indian Line Campground
Enjoy the weekend camping at Indian Line Campground. Spend some time at the swimming pool, children’s area, go cycling, hiking, canoeing or play your favourite sports for a fun filled weekend.
11. Brampton Celebrates Canada 152
Celebrate Canada’s 152nd birthday at Chinguacousy Park with live entertainment, food vendors and fun family activities. Some great stuff to look forward to include beach volleyball, inflatable sports games and fireworks!
July 1, 2019 at Chinguacousy Park, Brampton
12. Learn to fish at Heart Lake Conservation Area
Heart Lake Conservation Area is hosting sessions to help you learn how to fish. Not interested in fishing? You can try out their fitness trail or enjoy the pool and splash pad.
13. Historic Bovaird House.
Experience yester-years at Brampton’s only heritage residences open to the public. Travel back in time and experience the charm of a bygone era at Historic Bovaird House.
14. Eldorado Park
This beautiful park is great for a summer afternoon with great trails, picnic areas and Brampton’s only public outdoor pool.
15. Carabram Brampton’s Multicultural Festival
Come and celebrate cultural diversity at Carabram Brampton’s Multicultural Festival.You can look forward to a cultural lineup of over 40 countries, unique foods and entertainment as well as a kid’s art challenge.
July 12 to 14, 2019 @ Multiple Locations, Brampton
16. Professor’s Lake
Professor’s Lake offers a beach, slide, water activities like paddle boating and canoeing and lots of other fun stuff! Pack a picnic to spend the day with the family.
17. Rock Climbing
Test your climbing skills at Brampton’s first indoor rock climbing gym. 6,000-sq.-ft. Toprock Climbing offers varying levels of bouldering walls are suitable for kids and families.
Toprock Climbing, 284 Orenda Rd., Brampton
18. Claireville Conservation Area
This beautiful conservation area is great for bird watchers, bikers and hikers. Also worth checking out is Claireville Ranch for horseback riding and the TreeCaching Trail.
19. Brampton Food Truck Festival
Serving up some of the best foodfrom the country, this is a festival you won’t want to miss!
August 31 to September 1, 2019 @ Chinguacousy Park
20. Pride in The Square
Celebrate Brampton’s second annual Pride In The Square! Experience art, performance, and family-friendly programming. Listen to Drag Storytime by Fay & Fluffy, browse a variety of community exhibitors, and enjoy live entertainment all afternoon.
Sunday, July 07, 2019 |2:00 PM to 9:00 PM at Garden Square 1 Theatre lane, Brampton
21. Simply Corvettes Car Show
Get to downtown Brampton as to see some of the classic corvettes!
July 21, 2019 @ 45 Avondale Blvd, Brampton
22 Canadian Ultimate Championships
Cheer the country’s best men and women ultimate frisbee players in several divisions (junior, women’s, masters and open).
August 22 – 25 @ Creditview/Sandalwood park,10530 Creditview Rd
23. Treetop Trekking
Heart Lake Conservation Area offers various zip lines and aerial games, for a day full of exciting and challenging family fun.
24. Spray Pads / Outdoor Pools
Enjoy the various free spray pads and pools around the city like Peel Village spray pad and Batsman Park. Check out this list of all spray pads and pools around Brampton.
25. Formula Kartways
Experience the thrill of racing in Canada’s premiere karting centre, with kart speed’s up to 43 kilometres per hour on a 1/4 mile track. 13+.
79 Bramsteele Road, Brampton
26. Farmers Market
Enjoy fresh produce, delicious baked goods and other treats at the various farmers markets around Brampton.
Thursdays at The Mount Pleasant Village Market
Saturdays at Artists’ Marketplace in Garden Square
Saturdays at the Downtown Market
27. Visit a Farm
Visit Big’r Apple Farm (8674 Heritage Rd. / 647.929.5408) to pick apples, strawberries, pumpkins, snow peas, squash and sweet peas or Sunny Acre Farms for raspberries, red and black currants and garlic (9519 Winston Churchill Blvd. 905.876.5629).
28. Test your Balance on Wheels
Visit Rollerplex Entertainment Centreand try racing simulators, in addition to having a fun time roller skating!
11-284 Orenda Rd., Brampton
29. Rainy Day? Visit Battle Archery
Archery Tag, Nerf Wars, LARP and other battle sports offer a perfect way to spend a rainy day in Brampton.
8052 Torbram Road Brampton
30. Glow-in-the-dark Mini Golf
Spend a rainy day at Glow Zone 260 featuring 18-hole glow-in-the-dark mini golf, the latest technology in Laser Tag “ARENA X” (the first of its kind in Canada), interactive redemption arcades and more!
9446 McLaughlin Rd. N., Unit 7, Brampton
31. Perplexity Escape Games
Can you escape the eerie farmhouse, a broken-down elevator running out of air or a creepy motel? For ages 10+.
56 Bramsteele Rd., Unit 2, Brampton
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