In a city like Brampton sometimes you wonder where you can go to have fun, stay active and enjoy yourself at the same time, so we put together a list. Here are 10 ways to stay active and have fun here in Brampton.

Top Rock Climbing – 284 Orenda Road – Unit 8

Top Rock Climbing is Brampton’s first Rock Climbing Gym. It’s for families, first-time climbers as well as experienced rock climbers. It also has various programs such as beginners course, kids clubs and competitive youth camps.

Ctrl V Brampton – 239 Queen Street East

Ctrl V is North America’s very first virtual reality arcade that includes a wide variety of games to play along with state of the art virtual reality equipment — all for the low price of $25.

Rollerplex Entertainment – 284 Orenda Road

Rollerplex offers a lot of fun for everyone with its large roller rink and its totally wild racing simulators. It also has a karaoke room for up to 16 guests.

Art of Dance Center Ballroom – 1 Nelson Street West, Suite 11

The Art of Dance Center Ballroom offers ballroom and Latin dance lessons, both private and in groups. With certified instructors from the Canadian Dance Federation and International Teachers Dance Association, participants can learn how to show some moves on the dance floor.

Glow Zone 360 – 9446 McLaughlin Rd. North, Unit 7

Glow Zone 360 has a bunch of activities and games for everyone to enjoy such as laser tag, mini-golf, and a huge arcade. It also hosts birthday parties and group events. Laser tag and mini-golf are available for the low prices of $10 and $8.

AeroSports Trampoline Parks – 100 WestCreek Boulevard

Aerosports has trampolines, slides, Ultimate Dodgeball, rock climbing, and a huge arcade. This comes at the general admission price of $18 for the first hour and a second hour for $10. Luckily, there’s a Thursday special with the first hour only $10.00 and the second hour at only $5.00.

Formula Kartways – 79 Bramsteele Road

Formula Kartways has a large, wide indoor go-kart racing track open 364 days a year. It’s open to anyone, whether they’re beginners or experts, and is a really fun place to have a good time with friends and family.

Perplexity Escape Games – 56 Bramsteele Road, Unit 2

Escape games are the newest form of interactive entertainment set to thrill, excite, and challenge players. Perplexity Escape Games brings real-life adventure and excitement to you with its escape rooms that challenge both a group’s intelligence and intuition.

Brunswick Zone Bramalea Lanes – 50 Bramtree Crescent

Brunswick Zone has 40 bowling lanes with some of the coolest features like black lights and soft lounge seats. It also includes a large arcade with lots of state-of-the-art games and old school classics as well as a billiards/pool table. More features also include a pro shop and sports bar that serves fare like chicken and steak tacos, chicken tenders, burgers and wings.

Treetop Trekking Brampton – 10818 Heart Lake Road

Treetop Trekking is located at Heart Lake Conservation Area, a place that has a large forest with beautiful scenery. It offers 5 aerial courses, with 7 zip lines and 65 aerial games with Beginner to Advanced classes. It’s fun for all ages and lets people climb, swing and zip through a large open forest canopy.

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