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David J Culham Trail


This trail is one of over 20 in Mississauga devoted to cycling and other outsdoor activity in an urban environment. Many of the trails are reported on in travellouges and other publications.

Freelance photographer, Karen Zabawa writes on "The David J. Culham Trail, named for a one-time, then sitting, City of Mississauga council member for this area, begins in Erindale Park, at Dundas Street West, just east of Mississauga Road."

Further she notes - "The Trail continues along the Credit River, except for a short portion that winds through the Village of Streetsville, north to the Brampton border. 'No Fishing' signs are posted here, though fisherman can be seen from time to time, as they were this day, until trail walkers, indignant, shooed them away."



This 18 km trail is nearing completion. It is designed to provide pedestrians and cyclists with a route from Erindale Park up the Credit River Valley to the City of Brampton and offers them the chance to enjoy the area's natural and human history.

The trail passes by remnants of old homesteads, orchards, dams, rail and mill sites, and connects many green spaces in the City of Mississauga.


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