Carve on Lot 5’s Rooftop
The rooftop patio on downtown Brampton’s Main Street overlooks George Street and provides a great view of Brampton’s downtown landmarks. Enjoy food or drinks while you watch.

Loafers Lake Recreation Centre
Heart Lake’s first community recreation centre offers a beautiful place to walk along the Etobicoke Trail.

Burnhamthorpe Road Bridge in Erindale (25 minute drive)
Retrofitted in 2009 and now considered an engineering marvel, the Burnhamthorpe Road bridge spans the Credit River and Mullet Creek and has two lookouts protected by guard rails.

Erindale Park in Mississauga (30 minute drive)
The David J. Culham Trail, found in the city’s largest park, provides amazing views of the Credit River and trail ravines.

Port Credit Lighthouse in Mississauga (35 minute drive)
Built in 1991 to replace the one destroyed by fire in 1936, the lighthouse is the most photographed building in Mississauga.

JC Saddington Park in Mississauga (35 minute drive)
This park is located at the mouth of the Credit River in the village of Port Credit and provides a picturesque view of Toronto as well as Lake Ontario

Rattlesnake Point in Burlington (40 minute drive)
The Buffalo Crag lookout point provides one of the best views on the escarpment. You might even see turkey vultures in flight when you’re there!

Oakville Pier in Oakville (40 minute drive)
Near the Oakville Yacht Club and lighthouse as well as Lakeside Park, this is one of the prettiest harbours in the area.

Riverdale Park East in Toronto (55 minute drive)
Between Cabbagetown and Riverdale, this 18-hectare park boasts an incredible view of the Toronto skyline.

Scarboro Crescent Park in Scarborough (60 minute drive)
Recently renamed from “Scarborough Bluffs” to avoid any confusion with Bluffers Park and Bluffers Beach, the city also hopes the name change will prevent people from climbing down the dangerously eroded cliffs to the beach.