Despite the lackluster weather of late — ice storms and wind storms galore — Spring seems here to stay, bringing with it those gorgeous Brampton cherry blossoms.

The coveted cherry blossoms have finally made its arrival in Brampton and the surrounding area. The crowds may be descending on Toronto’s High Park and Mississauga’s Kariya Park, but you can skip those and enjoy Brampton’s own little patch of sakura.

Cherry blossoms.

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A beautiful row of cherry blossoms sits in Joyce Archdekin Park located adjacent to Main Street, close to the Nanwood Drive intersection.

There’s no parking inside the park, but you can leave your car safely at the Metro parking lot on Main Street.

The blooms are expected to stick around until about Mid-may, so plan your family photo shoots and engagement photos accordingly.