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Professor’s Lake Trail


This trail follows a linear park system from Victoria Park Arena on Avondale Blvd. north and winding east of Bramalea Rd. through many residential neighbourhoods. The trail is approximately 11 kilometres to Professor's Lake on North Park Dr.

Professor’s Lake is a luxurious, man-made, spring-fed lake. Containing a 26-hectare lake surrounded by 32 hectares of parkland, Professor's Lake Park offers a wide variety of summer family activities. It features well-groomed sandy beaches and is used extensively for windsurfing, canoeing, sailing, paddle boating, and fishing. Only nonmotorized boats are allowed on the water. Other lakeside pursuits include a waterslide, beach volleyball, playgrounds and ice-skating in the winter. Professor’s Lake Trail features a scenic walking, cycling and inline-skating path that follows Brampton’s park system.

Information provided by the City of Brampton’s website.

Directions: Parking and information signs are located at James F.McCurry Victoria Park Arena (20 Victoria Cres.), Earnscliffe Recreation Centre (44 Eastbourne Dr.), Greenbriar Recreation Centre (1100 Central Park Dr.) and Professor's Lake Recreation Centre (1660 North Park Dr.)



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