Comfort Inn Meadowvale
2420 Surveyor Rd
Mississauga, ON L5N 4E6
Phone: (905) 858-8600
Fax: (905) 858-8574
F. B. McFarren Memorial Park is built on the lands of a brick quarry which was run by the McFarren family. The park was named after them when it opened in the year 1996. Located in Streetsville neighborhood of Mississauga, the park is frequented by locals.
Located within the Meadowvale Cemetery, The Korean War Memorial Wall was inaugurated in 1997. The huge granite structure is 200-feet in length and contains 516 plaques made of bronze each dedicated to Canadian soldiers who lost their lives during the Korean War. There is a bronze feature in the center listing all the military units that took part in the war for peace.
This gamer's paradise features myriad high-tech games, interactive attractions and motion picture simulators. The complex has everything from mini-golf, rock climbing, go-carting, beach volleyball and three-on-three basketball to batting cages and much more. Playdium Entertainment also boasts the latest in laser and video games. After a long day of fun and games, enjoy a meal and a drink at one of three food and beverage locations on site the themed Budlight, Megabyte and Mezzanine.
Formerly known as the Erindale College, University of Toronto Mississauga is a branch campus of University of Toronto located in Toronto. The campus was built on the former property of Reginald Watkins and is one of the largest campus in Ontario. It ensures high-quality education along with equal focus on extra-curricular activities. Check their website for admissions and more.
Flowing into Lake Ontario at Port Credit, the Credit River is approximately 1,500 kilometres long. Canoeing and kayaking often take place here for travelling. This river is famous for steelhead, chinook salmon, coho salman and Atlantic salmon. Brown trout and speckled trout at the headwaters offer great fishing opportunities.
Originally a church serving as a place of worship for the passionate followers of Jesus Christ, the Meeting House was established as "Home Church" in 1986. With a broader motive of bringing together the non followers as well, the place was renamed as The Meeting House in 1996. This house serves as a meeting spot for all people with similar thoughts on Jesus and the Catholic faith. Regular prayer services and sermons are conducted here in order to get the community together on the same line of thought. Call for further information.
Opened in 1903, the Gage Park is one of Brampton's earliest municipal parks. This urban park is still a central aspect of community life with beautiful gardens and trees adorning the park. Man made attractions at the park include a gazebo, a fountain and a veterans monument. Also famous for recreational activities, the park is well known for its rollerblading and jogging trails, wading pool and playgrounds. In the winter, the park transforms into a winter wonderland with several ice skating trails. Concerts and events also take place at the park on a regular basis.
Claiming to be one of the biggest churches in the city, St. Paul's United Church spreads the message of Christianity to its fellowmen. All the prayer services, musical events and cultural activities are targeted towards people of all ages. If not for the church happenings, the splendid architecture and stained glass art of this religious place are worth admiring.
A flight-stimulation facility, Air Combat Zone is located at Dixie Road in Mississauga. The equipment used here artificially re-creates aircraft flight, and gives you an experience of flying. Hosting a range of events and programs, Air Combat Zone remains to be favorite among people of all ages. To visit the facility and know more about them, please have a look at the website.
For decades, Glenforest Secondary School has been imparting quality education in Mississauga. Apart from the usual subjects, the school pays special attention to the physical and emotional development of its students, so that they study in a good and lively atmosphere and enjoy learning. The school gives equal importance to both academics and sports, this is evident from the range of activities organized for students such as badminton, science projects, volunteering, social events and clubs.
Port Credit Memorial Park is located on the eastern bank of River Credit . The surroundings here are serene and picturesque and make the place a perfect location to host concerts, cultural events and social events. Important community events and celebrations held here are attended by one and all. All in all, this Memorial Park is an integral part of Mississauga.
Located in Etobicoke, Toronto, the Centennial Park Conservatory has three greenhouses for cactus, tropical plants and seasonal blossoming plants. The first Sunday of November showcases the Japanese mum. The Christmas show that begins from the second Sunday of December displays poinsettias of varied colors. There are carollers, apple cider and cookies that add to the Christmas magic. The Spring Show exhibits the hyacinths, Easter lilies and tulips. This conservatory is currently maintained by the Toronto Parks and is open year round for the public.