Best Tobogganing Spots in Brampton
When it comes to fun winter activities, you can't forget tobogganing. It's simple, highly enjoyable, and unlike other winter hobbies such as skating or skiing, you don't need to practice much first - you just hop on for a ride and let gravity do all the work for you. So if you're looking for some great tobogganing hills in Brampton, look no further than the locations listed below.
5) Williams Parkway and 410
A few Brampton citizens have heartily recommended tobogganing in the area of Williams Parkway and Highway 410. A variety of hills — from large to smaller, friendlier ones — make it a more-than-sufficient location for the entire family, including young kids.
4) Bartley’s Square
Some Bramptonites have successfully tobogganed in the area behind Bartley's Square on Main Street and Steeles Avenue. The steep hill does seem to make for a pretty good ride - just be mindful of the river at the bottom!
3) Major Oaks Park
You can't go wrong with a ride at Major Oaks Park. Not only have the hills proven themselves over many winters to be quite suitable for tobogganing, but the park is also fairly close to Bramalea City Centre, so you can conveniently hit both places in the same timeframe for an even better trip.
2) Heart Lake Conservation Area
The Conservation Area, located on 10818 Heart Lake Road, boasts quite a few hills well-suited for tobogganing. In addition, the natural beauty of the area is arguably even more beautiful during the winter, so it provides a lovely backdrop for any sort of winter activity.
1) Chinguacousy Park
Chinguacousy Park is perhaps one of the most popular Brampton destinations for tobogganing, and that's not likely to change anytime soon. In fact, with the relatively new skating trail, the park is now more equipped than ever to provide you with an enjoyable winter experience.
What other tobogganing spots in Brampton do you enjoy?
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