10+ Outdoor Things to do in Winter in Brampton, Mississauga, and Georgetown


Outdoor Things to do in Winter in Peel and Halton Region:

The winter months can be tough so why not get outside and get some Vitamin D while you enjoy some Outdoor Things to do in Winter in Brampton, Mississauga, and Georgetown.

In the Winter,  there are so many fun activities like Toboganning, Skating and Much More.  We want to help you enjoy this winter with the kids! Instead of just hiding indoors all winter at home waiting for the snow to melt and the beach weather to return, strap on your snow boots, put on some gloves, and take advantage of the change of season by creating a Winter Bucket List filled with cold-weather activities and Fun Activities to do When its Cold.

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This winter, bundle up and enjoy the outdoors, fresh air, exercise, and family time. Here are the Best Outdoor Things to do with winter in Brampton, Mississauga and Georgetown. Bundle up and enjoy Peel and Halton Region this winter. If your looking for a real winter adventure, checkout Winter Camping at Macgregor Point with Kids.

Go Winter Hiking

During the summer, the local conservation areas are known for hiking, however the winter can offer a beautiful backdrop of snowy forest trees and a great place to escape to nature and enjoy the fresh air. Some of the best places include Heartlake Conservation Area, or Forks of the Credit.

Lace up and go Skating

There are multiple outdoor skating trails and skating rinks in Brampton, Misissauga and Georgetown that offer entertainment for the whole family. Enjoy skating at Gage Park, Chinguacousy Park Trail, Celebration Square or Georgetown Fairgrounds and many more awesome outdoor rinks.

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Spend time with the Family

Family Day is about celebrating the importance of families, so make sure you plan to spend time with those you love the most – FAMILY! Check out the variety of Things to do on Family Day Weekend in Brampton, Mississauga, Georgetown and Caledon.

Go Sledding

Enjoy both small and large winter sledding hills in the Peel and Halton Region. Grab some friends, and go sledding! It is only one of the Winter Activities you can enjoy locally!


Go for a Winter Walk along Brampton Etobicoke Creek Trail/Hungry Hollow/Riverwood Conservation Area

Each location offers a beautiful option for winter walking. Brampton Etobicoke Creek Trail offers over 20km for walking or snowshoeing and is accessible year-round. Georgetown Hungry Hollow Trail offers beautiful marshes, ponds, meadows, bridges and boardwalks for hikers, and cross country skiers. Riverwood Conservancy Trail is home to Woodlands, meadows and tablelands, ravines and slopes, wetlands, creeks and floodplain, and former agricultural lands and the Credit River.

Learn how to Ski or Snowboard

Mount Chinguacousy offers a bunny hill for skiing and snowboarding in Brampton. This is a great place for kids to learn the basics before tackling bigger ski hills in Ontario like Blue Mountain, or Horse Shoe Valley. If you are looking for a little bit bigger than take a drive to Glen Eden in Milton.

Enjoy Cross Country Sking

As part of the The City of Brampton Winter Wonderland campaign, they have introduced a cross-country skiing recreational trail and a snowshoeing recreational trail, located at Chinguacousy Park. These recreational trails are available for independent use by residents during regular park operating hours and offer additional opportunities for residents to enjoy the outdoors during the winter months while maintaining safe physical distancing. Get Outdoors and enjoy tall trees covered in fresh snow and the quiet sound of crunching snow below your feet.  You can find Cross Country Skiing in Halton Hills using  the trails at Conservation Halton and Credit Valley Conservation parks which are inviting and exciting.

Visit Treewalk Village

Treewalk Village is geared towards children aged 3-7 years old, however on both visits I saw 2 year olds enjoying the activity with parental support. This activity is available to all ages. This is a 2 hour activity, and timeslots must currently be prebooked. Children can run wild and explore from treehouse to treehouse that are 8ft from the ground. Each treehouse is connected by nets, hammocks and wood bridges that challenge children’s abilities in a fun way. Overcome the obstacles and enjoy a slide ride to the ground. Open on weekends in the Winter!

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