|Britannia Trail (Multi-use Trail)
This multi-use trail runs parallel to Britannia Road from Queen Street/Mississauga Road to Hurontario Street with links to Culham Trail, Streetsville and Heartland Centre Shopping.
Burnhamthorpe Trail (Multi-use Trail)
This multi-use trail runs parallel to Burnhamthorpe Road from Loyalist Drive to Garnetwood Park. This trail is now complete and uninterrupted through the downtown, including painted "crossrides" at selected signalized intersections. This trail provides links to Glen Erin Trail, Sawmill Valley Trail, Confederation Parkway, Alberto Cataudella Trail, Applewood Trail, Etobicoke Creek Trail and Garnetwood Park.
Cooksville Creek Trail (off-road Multi-use Trail)
This trail provides a quiet escape right in downtown Mississauga. From Shipp Drive south of Rathburn, the trail is behind the first office building. Cooksville Creek Trail is a combination of paved and gravel trails leading south to Paisley Boulevard East (north of Queensway).
David J Culham Trail (off-road Multi-use Trail)
This multi-use trail includes natural and urban settings along the Credit River. The Culham Trail currently has three sections. The south section runs from Dundas Street to Barbertown Road (north east of Eglinton Avenue and Mississauga Road). The middle section runs from Church Street (Streetsville Memorial Park) to Velebit Court (north west of Creditview Road and Britannia Road). The north section runs through Meadowvale Conservation Area. This trail includes links to University of Toronto Mississauga, Erindale Park, Streetsville Memorial Park and Riverwood Community Centre.
Etobicoke Creek Trail (off-road Multi-use Trail)
This multi-use trail includes natural and urban settings. The Mississauga portion of the Etobicoke Creek Trail has two sections: Willowcreek Park, north of Dundas Street East to Rathburn Road East with a link to Centennial Park in Toronto and Eglinton Avenue East through the western boundary of the Greater Toronto Airport Authority lands to Mount Charles Park. For more details see the Feature Trail Brochure
Malton Greenway (off-road Multi-use Trail)
This multi-use trail travels through Malton Village from Goreway Drive to Monica Drive.
Formerly an apple orchard, 45 acres located on the eastside of Mississauga Road north of Hwy 403 and south of Eglinton Ave. Currently undeveloped parkland. Available to the public to take a stroll through a peaceful, natural environment.
Queensway Trail (Multi-use Trail)
This multi-use trail runs parallel to Queensway and through the hydro corridor between Glengarry Road and Etobicoke Creek.
Rathburn Trail (Multi-use Trail) - Dedicated to Ted Ho
This multi-use trail runs parallel to Rathburn Road between Creditview Road and the City Centre Transit Terminal. This route also provides connections to Erindale GO and downtown Mississauga.
Sheridan Trail (Multi-use Trail)
This multi-use trail runs through the hydro corridor between Winston Churchill Boulevard and Homelands Drive, and then runs parallel to Sheridan Park Drive between Homelands Drive and Lincoln Green Close.
Waterfront Trail (Multi-use Trail and Residential Streets)
The Lake Ontario Waterfront Trail spans a total of 740 km. Visit waterfronttrail.org
for full details. The Mississauga portion of the Waterfront Trail is 13 km which runs parallel to Lake Ontario from Winston Churchill Boulevard to Marie Curtis Park providing links to Oakville, Port Credit Village, Adamson Estate and Toronto. For more details see the Feature Trail Brochure