5 Amazing Places to See the Sunset in Mississauga

Published February 28, 2016 at 3:27 pm


Even though Valentine’s Day is over, what better way to celebrate your romance than holding your loved one while watching the sun go down? Mississauga has many spots where you can view one of nature’s greatest beauties. If you need more sunset pictures for your Instagram profile, this is the list for you!

Here are 5 amazing places to see the sunset in Mississauga. 

Winston Woods:

A park / trail hidden behind the Weather Network and a Best Buy is surrounded by warehouses, keeping it a secret to many. My friend and I randomly found this green space while on a summer cruise around Winston Park Dr. At the very end of Winston Woods right beside the 403 is a field squished in between two random warehouses. At the end of the field is a hill that is the perfect place to view the sun setting. It is also almost directly across from the drive-in, so if you’re lucky, you can also catch a movie!

Port Credit Lighthouse:

If you live anywhere close to Port Credit, you have heard of the legendary lighthouse. It’s the perfect place to get a shot of the sun as it disappears past our great city. The additional height will make your picture even more spectacular.

Erindale Park:

The park known for many deer sightings and barbeque parties is a great spot to have a picnic with a view of the sun setting over Mississauga. Erindale Park has many hills and high spots where you can spread a blanket and just enjoy the beauty of nature.

Burnhamthorpe Road Bridge:

The bridge that helps transport hundreds across the massive road every day also offers one of the best views of Credit Valley. The walkway was recently redone a few years ago and is now the perfect place to see the sunset. As a high point in the area, you will be able to see the sunset across valley that many call home.

Meadowvale Sports Park:

If you’ve played soccer or baseball, you have probably spent some time at the Meadowvale Sports Park. The park sits right between the 407 and the 401, giving many athletes a place to play. As the park sits on the outskirts of Mississauga and away from the highrises, it gives you a great view of the sunset while you’re trying to knock one out of the park.


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