Shopping at Square One, a stroll down Port Credit’s harbour or a walk in Streetsville; these are just a few things to do in Mississauga this summer. Whether a resident or visitor to Mississauga, there are many exciting things coming up that will ensure a good time this summer. Here are the top five insider tips to a great summer in Mississauga, Ontario:
1. Shopping at Square One and more!
Start your summer off with the right gear. There’s no shortage of malls in Mississauga and with so many options, people are bound to save money and get great deals on all summer essentials.
At Square One mall, expect only the best brands. Over 360 stores and 21 million visitors per year, this mall has it all. You will find stores to suit all budgets; from Coach, Michael Kors and Club Monaco, to Jean Machine, The Bay and much more.
Erin Mills Town Centre
A great variety of stores, mainly geared towards woman or unisex. Erin Mills Town Centre is the second largest mall in Mississauga next to Square One.
Heartland Town Centre
Check out the amazing variety of outlet shops at Heartland Town Centre. You won’t be disappointed.
2. Stroll through Port Credit
This neighbourhood is located on Lakeshore Road between Hurontario Street (just east of) and Lorne Park Road. Port Credit features many great restaurants and bars, shops and boardwalks and bodies of water.
3. Jack Darling Memorial Park
A must-visit waterfront park. Family-friendly park, Jack Darling Memorial Park is known for the beach and view of Toronto. Located on Lakeshore Road West just east of Lorne Park.
4. Celebration Square
The city of Mississauga is investing in the city’s culture. Celebration Square is Mississauga’s public outdoor venue, located just outside of City Hall across from Square One mall. This venue features outdoor movies, festivals, cultural weekends, exercise days, and much more!
5. Playdium Mississauga
Over 40,000 square feet of interactive games, Playdium has stuff to do for all ages. It even features an 18-hole mini golf and go-kart track. Located across from Mississauga’s bus terminal by Square One mall.