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
(905) 458-6555

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.

Formula Kartways

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.