Moving outside of Toronto, we highlight a great little lake in the community of Meadowvale in Mississauga. From Hwy. 401, take Winston Churchill Boulevard to Derry Road, then over to Aquitaine Avenue and look for Aquitaine Park. The site of a popular Urban Fishing Festival every year on the Saturday of the Family Fishing Weekend, Aquitaine is surrounded by a great trail for residents and visitors alike. The recipient of rainbow trout stocking, Aquitaine also hosts a naturally producing population of panfish such as sunfish, rock bass and perch. Some nice largemouth bass find the aquatic plants and woody debris along the lake’s shores to their liking as well.
Mississauga's extensive trail system offers everyone the perfect way to get active. Trails can be used for walking, cycling, jogging, inline skating and even cross country skiing during the winter months.
Information provided by the city of Mississauga website. Directions: Derry Road to Battleford Road
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