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Photography in Parks

Mississauga has many beautiful locations to take both group and wedding photography. All group and wedding photography must obtain a park permit to reserve a 90 minute block of time, which includes arrival, photographs and departure from the park.

Reservations by Mississauga residents can be made 10 months in advance on a first come, first served basis. Reservations by non-residents can be made two months in advance. Please note that parking may be limited at some locations.

To Request a Park Permit for Photography

By Phone

905-615-4100
Phones are answered weekdays from 8:30 am to 4:30 pm.

In Person

Please visit the Recreation Customer Service Centre on the Ground Floor of Central Library, 301 Burnhamthorpe Rd W. The Customer Service Centre is open weekdays from 8:30 am to 4:30 pm.

Photography Sites

Adamson Estate
Adamson Estate

850 Enola Ave

Adamson Estate is a 13.33 acre waterfront park and is located east of the mouth of the Credit River. The grounds and gardens are open to the public while the main house is occupied by the Cawthra-Adamson Division of the Royal Conservatory of Music.

Benares Historic House
Benares Historic House

1507 Clarkson Rd N

With more than 160 years of history, this exquisite estate with picturesque park-like settings was home to four generations of the Harris and Sayers families. Photography can be take outside in the gardens or inside the historic interiors.

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Bradley House Museum
Bradley Museum

1620 Orr Rd

With more than 160 years of history, this exquisite estate with picturesque park-like settings was home to four generations of the Harris and Sayers families. Photography can be take outside in the gardens or inside the historic interiors.

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Brueckner Rhododendron Gardens
Brueckner Rhododendron Gardens

660 Lakeshore Rd W

Experience the beauty of one of Canada’s largest collections of rhododendrons and azaleas in this 18-acre park. The seasonal floral display is at its height between early May and the end of June.

Century City
Century City

933 Focal Rd

Park permits are required for wedding photography between Friday and Sunday for a fee. Parking is limited to four cars per permit.

Erindale Park
Erindale Park

1695 Dundas St W

Erindale Park is the largest park in the City and is perfect for group picnics, hikers, joggers, cyclists and cross-country skiers, bird watchers, wedding photography and anyone at all who enjoys getting back to nature.

Harding Estate
Holcim Estate

2700 Lakeshore Rd W

Overlooking the picturesque waters of Lake Ontario and bordered by Joshua’s Creek, this enchanting mansion on the waterfront is the City’s newest event venue. Rich with history and charm, Harding Waterfront Estate will be the ideal Mississauga location for your special occasions.

NOTE: Wedding photography is included when booking this venue. Photography-only bookings are not available.

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Kariya Park
Kariya Park

3620 Kariya Dr

Kariya Park, named after Mississauga’s sister city, Kariya, Japan, provides tranquil serenity in the heart of the City’s core. You can easily get a glimpse of the iconic Civic Centre clock tower through the greenery. Rhododendrons, pines, gingko and sweetgum trees as well as snapshots of Japanese cultural beauty can all be found here.

Leslie Log House
Leslie Log House

4415 Mississauga Rd

Designated under the Ontario Heritage Act, the Leslie Log House was originally the home of John Leslie Sr. and his wife Esther Beattie Leslie who came to Upper Canada in 1824 from Sutherlandshire, Scotland. This building is a rare example of early 19th century log construction. There have been a number of renovations, such as the addition and later removal of a summer kitchen, but the original structure has been preserved.

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Port Credit Memorial Park Gazebo
Port Credit Memorial Park Gazebo

32 Stavebank Rd N

Port Credit Memorial Park is located at the mouth of the Credit River and Lake Ontario. It has a .76km walking trail, accessible playground, multiuse ramp park, gazebo, trail connection to the waterfront trail under Lakeshore Road and is home to the Waterfront Festival and Port Credit Southside Shuffle.

Queen Elizabeth II Jubillee Garden
Queen Elizabeth Jubillee II Garden

300 City Centre Dr

The Queen Elizabeth II Jubilee Garden is named after the commemoration of Her Majesty, The Queen’s 50th Anniversary of Her Accession to the Throne. The garden is used extensively by the public and city staff on a regular basis and is often a favourite location for wedding photographs.

Richard’s Memorial Park
Richard's Memorial Park

804 Lakeshore Rd W

The lakefront park contains a 170m sandy beach area, waterfront trail, a forested area, a charming rock garden, flatlands, one comfort station, two picnic areas permitted for 75 people each, a barbecue, and playground equipment.

Riverwood
Riverwood

4100 Riverwood Park Ln

Located in central Mississauga with accessible trails, splendid wildlife and glorious views, Riverwood is a special place where history, nature, beauty and peace blend together to create an enjoyable and lasting outdoor experience.

St. Lawrence Park Gazebo
St. Lawrence Park Gazebo

75 St. Lawrence Dr

Park permits are required for wedding photography between Friday and Sunday for a fee. Parking is limited to four cars per permit.

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