Explore the most popular trails near Mississauga with hand-curated trail maps and driving directions as well as detailed reviews and photos from hikers, campers and nature lovers like you.



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Lovely in the fall! With a keen eye able to spot a variety of birds as well.

3 days ago

Not very picturesque. Not much "nature". I could hear the hiway traffic the whole time.

Never fails to amaze myself & the whole family. We come here almost every weekend to soak into the natural beauty around this trail without getting out of the city. The credit river that runs along the trail almost in its entirety provides a relaxing view in many spots. The thick foliage specially in the fall is so beautiful as the leaves change from green to its yellow & blazing red-orange splendour. This is probably the best spot to hike, jog & bike in the beautiful city of Mississauga.

11 days ago

Nice paved walking trail - pup & I both enjoyed seeing all the ducks and herons.

Really beautiful but a lot of people

Simple trail! views of the credit river makes it relaxing. elevation is even through out the trails with slight dips and valleys. You almost forget you are in the heart of a busy city while jogging here :)

Great spot to run the Forrest is beautiful and the off trails are intense

great running/biking trail

1 month ago

is there any parking? i know its across uoft but are you allowed to park there?

this is a gorgeous trail, however i wouldnt reccomend for road bikes as a majority of the trail has a ton of gravel and small rocks. only small portions were smooth for my bike but its beautiful and if you have a mountain bike, this trail is awesome!

1 month ago

Perfect for evening walks

I really enjoy biking on this trail. My kids love to stop and watch the ducks and put there feet in the water.

not what I expected. it's really just a walk in a neighborhood. I can do that at home

Loved the easy walk, it was quiet and quite scenic; completed it in a reasonable time with the hubs and 3yr old!


4 months ago

The Culham Trail inside the Meadowvale Conservation Area takes you next to the credit river around the Meadowvale Village, which is 5 min car ride from my house. Ok trail if you need something near by. Did approximately 6km here.

4 months ago

Great walk on this trail! My sister and I enjoyed exploring little paths off the main trail- would definitely recommend for a good 2-3 hour easy walk.

it's an easy, scenic route. if you're lucky you'll see deer.

8 months ago

there's construction at the beginning point of the trail so parked on Willowbank Trail.

a good place for walking. especially with strollers bc the whole path is widely paved. as for a hike... felt more like a neighborhood walk ... houses along side the path ... there's a river that runs along side the path but u can't really walk beside it ...

definately not secluded or quiet. came during the week . lots of people from the neighborhood walking and then once school is out the children use parts of the path as well.

8 months ago

The main trail outlined is a very easy trail . especially in the summer, all flat land.
we (dog and I) however did it in the winter, there were beautiful ice formations along the path from last week's extreme weather drop and gain of 20 degrees. the winter adds a bit of a challenge with the uneven ground. when we got to the end of the marked trail I noticed it actually splits into other trails in the area . so we did a small side loop trail that added a couple of km to the hike.
very quiet during the week and especially during the winter months.

10 months ago

It's a nice long paved trail with no inclines. Very easy to do but since it's so long it's still a nice small workout. Primarily walking through parks with views of neighbourhoods and schools in the background. Definitely no where to stop for washrooms! There's a side path you can go to look at a small marsh and lots of birds along the path.

Monday, September 04, 2017

I don't get it - this shouldn't be called a "hike" when it's a walk through a community neighbourhood

Monday, September 04, 2017

This is a lovely easy trail along the Credit River. It's wheelchair and stroller friendly and is also a great cycling path.

We continued north under the Burnhamthorpe bridge and looped around on the Red Trail before heading back the way we came.

Tuesday, August 22, 2017

Simple trail for walking or cycling in the middle of Mississauga. I frequent it often to cycle. The trail actually continues past the bridge at Burnhamthorpe.

Saturday, August 12, 2017

This is a very easy trail, don't know why it rated as moderate. There's a little creek along the trail but overall trail is too close to the road and residential area, you can hear noise from the traffic but for those who live close by, especially close to UOT Mississauga campus, it is a convenient trail to walk.

Thursday, July 06, 2017

This trail is well kept, mostly with a river view, and used for hiking, fishing, biking, and painting. I enjoyed the fact that you do not see any buildings, even though you are in the middle of Mississauga. The only structure was a very high overhead highway bridge. Trail starts from Erindale Park: which is popular for picnics.

Sunday, May 28, 2017

I liked the variety of scences in this trail. it comes across jungle, open land, river on its way.

on Applewood Trail

Sunday, May 21, 2017

i am unable to find the trail .. can some pls provide the correct address ..

Sunday, April 30, 2017

Trail is missing a bridge, cannot do a full loop.

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