Brampton Has Something For Everyone This Summer

 

Summer is here and Brampton has numerous outdoor activities taking place all season long.

These family fun activities will be taking place across the city. Everything from movies to splash pads, there is something for everyone!


Summer Movies under the Stars - July 5 to August 30

Residents can view free, family-friendly outdoor movie screenings at various locations across the city. All you have to bring is your blanket, lawn chair and snacks! Games and activities will take place before the show. 

You can see the full movie schedule, click here.


Summer Camps - July 3 to September 1

There’s a large variety of day camps available for children and youth to stay active and learn all summer. There have been several camps added this year. Before and after care will be available and a camp lunch program is available at select locations. 

Full details on summer camps available can be found here.


Play in the Park - July 1 to August 31

Children ages 6 to 13 can visit a local park and play organized games and sports for free with City of Brampton program leaders, weekdays from 9:30 to 11:30 am at select locations. 

You can find the full list of locations here


Professor's Lake beach and boathouse - June 29 to September 3

Families can enjoy a relaxing day at the beach at Brampton's own 65-acre, spring-fed lake. There will be a supervised swimming area, a waterslide and boat rentals available. Weather conditions may affect what features are available at a time.

Full details on Professor's Lake and its amenities can be found here.


Chinguacousy Park summer amenities - June 24 to September 3

Brampton's most popular park offers a range of summer fun activities, including a petting zoo, pony rides, mini golf, paddleboats, a carousel and train ride, a spray pad and a playground.

You can learn everything Chinguacousy Park has to offer here.


Eldorado Park Outdoor Pool - June 29 to September 3

Take a trip to Brampton's one and only outdoor pool, surrounded by natural forest on the banks of the Credit River.

Details on Eldorado Park can be found here.


Spray Pads

Brampton has 14 spray pads and wading pools across the city. Bring your family to enjoy a refreshing day of fun

You can find the full list of spray pad locations here.


"Summer is an exciting season in Brampton,” said Mayor Patrick Brown. “Brampton is a Healthy and Safe City, and I encourage residents to catch outdoor movies across the city, enjoy the sunshine at Professor's Lake, dive into Eldorado Park's outdoor pool and take advantage of the great amenities our city has to offer at this time of year."

You can learn more about all of these summer activities at www.brampton.ca/recreation.

You can also grab a copy of the Summer Fun brochure at any recreation centre in Brampton.

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