It can be a real STRUGGLE to find things to do in the winter, we are making it easy to to find February Family Events and Family Day Weekend activities. Check out the list below and the Local Events Calendar to keep you and your family busy and entertained through the long month of February.
There are lots of fun things to do in Milton, Georgetown, Brampton, Mississauga and Surrounding Area in February!
Check out our Events Calendar for full details on events and activities for the whole family.
Family Day is Monday, February 20, 2023
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, Milton and Caledon.
Looking to make memories and for Things to do this Family Day Long Weekend 2022 – it is the first long weekend since Christmas break so make the most of it with one of these local events or family day activities. Don’t forget about our Easy Winter Activities Guide for Halton Region as well!
It is important to remember that families come in all shapes and sizes, but the most important thing about family is love and spending time together. Begin to teach children about family at a young age and why it is important to make time to connect as a family unit.
EVENTS FOR FAMILY DAY IN MISSISSAUGA, MILTON, BRAMPTON AND GEORGETOWN
There are no upcoming events at this time
A FULL LIST OF EVENTS HAPPENING IN PEEL AND HALTON REGION:
- Snow Tubing
- Scavengar Hunt
- Ice Fishing
Things to do in Brampton
Skating in Brampton:
Who doesn’t love a snowy winter day? This Family Day, kids of all ages can enjoy the magic of a snow day at one of the many Outdoor Rinks in Brampton. Lace up your skates and hit the rink.
Tobogganing in Brampton
Tobogganing is a FREE activity and a great way to EXPLORE the Outdoors! A few tips before you head out. Safety first always! Check the hills for any debris, sticks, snow/ice ramps that may be left behind. Helmets are always a good idea. If you are at a bigger hill, test the speeds out first by starting in the middle, before going all the way from the top. Check our Full list of Toboganning Hills in Brampton.
Go for a Scavenger Hunt
Scavenger hunts are great ways to learn about the city you live in. Luckily, there is plenty you can do in Brampton! Learn more about the city, and see how many fun things you can find!
Cost: Starting at $25.00 per person
Address: Throughout Brampton
Go Snow Tubing at Mount Ching
Snow tubing is a super fun way to spend the day outside with the kids. Enjoy snow tubing without having to leave the Greater Toronto Area. Located on the ski hill at Chinguacousy Park in Brampton. There is a minimum height requirement of 42″, and a maximum weight of 250lbs for the tube hill. This snow hill is one of the smallest and offers a gentle introduction to snow tubing for younger kids and has an easy to use magic carpet lift.
The Snow Tubing Hill is open, weather permitting, Thursday and Friday evenings and all day Saturday and Sundays. Visitors are encouraged to bring their own helmets for tubing. Visit the City of Brampton website for full details and costs. The anticipated opening date is mid January for the 2023 Snow Tubing Season.
Cost: Ticket packs are available for 6, 12 or 18 rides. 6 Rides starts at a low cost of $15!
Address: 9050 Bramalea Road, Brampton
Things to do in Mississauga
Skating in Mississauga:
Who doesn’t love a snowy winter day? This Family Day, kids of all ages can enjoy the magic of a snow day at one of the many Outdoor Rinks in Mississauga. Lace up your skates and hit the rink.
Toboganning in Mississauga:
Tobogganing is a FREE activity and a great way to EXPLORE the Outdoors! A few tips before you head out. Safety first always! Check the hills for any debris, sticks, snow/ice ramps that may be left behind. Helmets are always a good idea. If you are at a bigger hill, test the speeds out first by starting in the middle, before going all the way from the top. Check our Full list of Toboganning Hills in Mississauga.
Things to do in Georgetown and Milton
Experience a little extra sparkle as you enjoy the Winterlit Trail that features inspirational art installations along the trail. Also at Mountsberg, the Illuminated Sugarbush Trail has soft overhead lighting to allow for a beautiful evening stroll through the sugarbush, as well as soundtracks from local artists. They have extended the trails by almost 2 kilometres, added more art installations, and are introducing Enhanced Evenings at Mountsberg!
Enhanced Weekends will feature:
- Winterlit Marketplace – Select dates only only
- Local LIVE musical performers – Select dates only only
- Fire & Ice performers
- Strolling entertainers
- Food vendors
Don’t forget about our Easy Winter Activities Guide for Halton Region as well! Find out all you need to know about skating and toboganning and so many other awesome winter activities in Georgetown.
The warm weather is unfortunately behind us but we still find ourselves searching for family entertainment, and with the Winter Weather starting to begin, why not keep the kids busy, healthy and active this winter with Skating. Use this as your guide to . Whether you are looking for outdoor ice skating rinks in Milton or Georgetown, public skating, or Milton outdoor rinks, there is something for everyone to enjoy.
Ice Fishing in Halton
If you are looking for some fantastic fishing spots in Halton you are in luck. There are many amazing Ice Fishing experiences to be had in and around Halton.
- Valen’s Lake Conservation Area
- Fifty Point Conservation Area
- Binbrook Conservation Area
- Pinehurst Conservation Area
Winter Activities in Surrounding Areas
Looking to go Snow Tubing this winter? We have you covered! There are many different snow tubing parks in Ontario with many of them being right here in the Greater Toronto Area. We live in Canada so we may as well embrace all the fun has to offer. No fancy equipment or special skills needed to take part in this wintertime activity. Check out our Full List of The Best Snow Tubing Spots in the Greater Toronto Area