Even with the snow and cold, there’s no need to hibernate all winter. Copper Trail Creek in Brampton has several great activities that are fun for the whole family. So here are our top four winter activities to get you and your family out of the house and enjoying the area.
See the Lights and Skate at Gage and Chinguacousy Park
If you’re looking to partake in a classic winter activity, Gage and Chinguacousy Park are the places to be. You can rent or bring your own skates and enjoy the beautiful scenery these places have to offer. If skating isn’t for you, you can always grab a cup of hot chocolate from the snack bar at the park and take in the amazing light displays installed each year.
Join the World’s Largest Treasure Hunt
Have you heard of geocaching? This fun pastime involves hunting for and finding hidden objects using GPS coordinates posted online. All you need to do is create an account online or on the Geocaching app to see a map of geocaches near you. Then use the app to navigate to a geocache nearby. Once found, sign and date the logbook (bring your own pen). Place the geocache back where you found it and share your experience online. There are millions of geocaches worldwide, including in Brampton – perfect for a winter adventure.
Go Sledding at Major Oaks Hill
Sledding is always a great thing to do in the winter no matter your age. Fortunately, Major Oaks hill, just off the 410 at Williams Parkway, is only a short drive from Copper Trail Creek, making it the perfect afternoon activity for everyone in your family.
Take a Winter Hike
Brampton is close to several scenic trails that are ideal for a leisurely winter walk or even a full-fledged hike. For example, El Dorado Park is only three minutes away from Copper Trail Creek, so you can enjoy a short hike or an afternoon full of winter fun.
There’s no shortage of fun to be had in the winter when you live at Copper Trail Creek in Brampton. Skating, hiking, and sledding are just some examples of the many events and activities your whole family can enjoy. For more ideas about events and activities in Brampton, visit the SkyHomes Blog.