With record heat this summer, here are ways to keep cool in the Mississauga water this summer.
Learn to paddle – Mississauga has a Learn to Paddle program in partnership with the Mississauga Canoe Club. Taking place on the beautiful Credit River, this class covers basic skills, including water safety. You can get paddling in canoes and kayaks in no time while enjoying nature.
Daytrip at the beach – pack a blanket and picnic basket for a romantic or family day trip! Mississauga is home to numerous local beaches at Jack Darling Park, Richard’s Memorial Park, Lakeside and Lakefront Promenade Park on picturesque Lake Ontario.
Combine pool time with various activities – there are many of ways to have fun with family and friends at Mississauga pools. They offer a variety of lane, leisure and fun swims seven days a week. Keep active and improve your skills by registering for swimming lessons, Swim Water Sport camp or drop-in for a water exercise class.
Therapeutic pools – choose from a variety of exercise and therapeutic programs available at the public pools. They are designed for all ages, skill levels and abilities – allowing individuals to participate in safe, inclusive and appropriate activities led by certified instructors.