The Mississauga section of Waterfront Trail is a continuous trail passing 22 parks, the Bradley Museum and Rattray Marsh, one of the few remaining wetlands along Lake Ontario. There are plenty of cafes and restaurants along Lakeshore Rd., particularly Port Credit area. St. Lawrence Park is the City's most recent addition to its waterfront-it is a beautifully designed stretch of waterfront that features historic artifacts from the area's former industrial days.
- Paved asphalt, with some portions aligned along residential streets.
- Cycling is prohibited through Rattray Marsh.
- St. Lawrence Park in Port Credit displays historic artifacts from the waterfront's industrial past.
Main Access Points (with parking)
- Lakeside Park - 2266 Lakeshore Rd.
- Rattray Marsh - Old Poplar Row off Bob-o-link Rd.
- Jack Darling Memorial Park - 1180 Lakeshore Rd.
- Richard's Memorial Park- 804 Lakeshore Rd. W.
- Rhododendron Gardens - 660 Lakeshore Rd. West
- J.C. Saddington Park- 53 Lake St.
- Port Credit Harbour
- Lakefront Promenade Park - 800 Lakefront Promenade
- Adamson Estate - 850 Enola Avenue (limited parking)
- R.K. McMillan Park - 830 Aviation Road
- Douglas Kennedy Park - 810 Lakefront Promenade
- Marie Curtis Park - Lakeshore Blvd. West east of Dixie Rd.
Resources, Local Maps and Connecting Trails
Mississauga Trail and cycling information can be found on the city website here:
A PDF cycling map is available for download here:
How to Get there and Public Transit Information
Bike racks are available on all trains equipped with baggage cars. www.viarail.ca
Greyhound busses are not equipped with bicycle racks. www.greyhound.ca