Here are the most popular children’s attractions in the Mississauga, Brampton and Peel area:
Centennial Park – Mini Indy Go-Karts
575 Centennial Park Boulevard, Toronto, ON M9C 4V1
416-620-6669, fax: 416-620-1330
Located in the heart of Etobicoke’s 500-acre Centennial Park, the Mini-Indy has a 2 km-long track (one of Canada’s largest tracks) complete with banked turns and a full size bridge where you can race at speeds up to 45km/hr in one of their 50 Indy-Style Go Karts. For junior racers (aged 5 to 9 years), the Mini-Indy has a low speed oval-shaped Kiddie track for 1932 Model-A replica or Indy Kiddie Karts they can drive themselves.
Donald M. Gordon Chinguacousy Park
9050 Bramalea Rd, Brampton, ON L6S 6G7
Chinguacousy Park is home to many events and celebrations with a band shell for concerts and a popular greenhouse, chapel and botanical garden. For sports-minded, it has Brampton’s own ski hill for skiing, snowboarding, snowblading, tubing and tobogganing; a curling rink with licensed lounge; volleyball courts; tennis courts; skateboard park; sports fields; paddleboats; a barn complete with a petting zoo and pony rides; mini golf; batting cage; tennis courts; children’s splash pool and picnic shelters.
79 Bramsteele Rd, Bramalea, ON L6W 3K6
Experience the thrill of racing NASCAR style cars, with the safety of a controlled indoor track. The course has 13 corners comprised of fast sweepers, hairpin turns, chicanes and a carousel. It takes practice to master this track, making it the envy of the indoor go-karting industry. Race time reservations accepted.
Wild Water Kingdom
7855 Finch Ave.W, Brampton
416-369-WILD (9453) o Toll Free: 1-866-794-WILD
Nobody does water like Wild Water Kingdom, Canada’s largest water park. Ride on a warm current for a quarter mile around the Water Park in the Lazy River, or ride the Shotgun, freefalling into a heated pool below, or any of the other exciting water rides.