It’s that time of year again where droves of people trek to High Park to see the cherry blossoms.

Those blooms are well worth the visit, but if you’re not interested in a 45-minute (or longer) drive, having to find parking, and dealing with the massive crowds, then you can just check out Brampton’s own little crop of cherry trees.

Joyce Archdekin Park located on Main Street in between Steeles and Nanwood Drive has its own modest patch of cherry blossoms you can enjoy, and thanks to the warm weather the past few days they are officially in bloom. It’s become an increasingly popular spot in recent years, so if you’re planning a photo shoot, be warned it may get busy.

The flowers won’t last forever, though. They’re expected to last for the next week or ten days so you’ll want to visit sooner rather than later.