Five Fun Summer Activities in Brampton

The City of Brampton is buzzing all year long with activities, events and local eats, but summer in the city is especially vibrant. Here are five activities you can enjoy this season.


Healthy and Safe City

Brampton Farmers' Market

Saturdays, 8 am – 1 pm, until October 23. Many of the favourite farmers and local artisans have returned offering freshly-picked seasonal produce; prepared foods and unique handcrafted goods! Visit the new location downtown.

Heat Safety Tips

When a heat warning is issued, the City activates heat relief locations, including at City Hall. You can also cool off at splash pads, outdoor pools and beaches. Read more for tips on how to protect yourself and your pets.

Don’t Let Fire Ruin Your Summer

Summer memories should be of flip flops, sunglasses, and sunny days, not a home fire. Always stay with your cooking and grilling and prevent a garage fire by keeping your garage clean and tidy. Learn fire safety tips.

City of Opportunities

Support Local Brampton!

Successful small businesses are essential to a thriving city, helping to create jobs, boost the economy and enhance our local neighbourhoods. Support local businesses.

Aquatics Hiring

The road to becoming a lifeguard or swim instructor can be demanding, but those who choose to pursue it are rewarded with endless opportunities. Register for aquatic leadership programs.

Brampton Library Free Virtual Summer Clubs

Brampton Library offers free virtual summer clubs for all ages through one streamlined registration portal. Sign up for a club such as the Brampton Brain Game, Teen Summer Reading Club, or Adult Summer Reading club.

A Mosaic

Brampton Food Guide

Check out the food guide for Brampton inspiration and support local. Get takeout, head to the park for a picnic or enjoy the alfresco experience on one of the many patio options in Brampton. Happy dining.

Downtown Brampton Heritage Walking Tour

Sign up for the Downtown Brampton Heritage Walking Tour pass and receive the full listing of over 40 historical locations. It’s free, is sent to your phone via text and is ready to use immediately with no download required. Use the pass and win.

Return to The Rose!

Get free tickets to see Serena Ryder on August 26 at The Rose’s first indoor show with audiences since March 2020! Tickets available starting July 29.

Green City

Backyard Garden Program

As we head into harvest season, consider donating your homegrown produce to local food banks. Let’s all do our part to support Bramptonians in need, and ensure our neighbours are fed and healthy. Every bit makes a difference. A list of food banks you can donate is available here.

CCET will guide Brampton towards a low-carbon future

A volunteer Advisory Task Force is working to establish the Center for Community Energy Transformation (CCET). This community-based organization will guide Brampton towards a low-carbon future. In its first five years, CCET has four priorities, including a Home Retrofit Program. Read more.

Well-Run City

Recreation Reopening

Recreation Centres have reopened for limited registered drop-in programs and services. Fitness, swim, skate, and sports programs are available by reservation. Learn more about limited time 30-day COVID-19 memberships!

Open Data

The City’s GeoHub website provides open data to help residents and businesses find information on parks, hiking trails, roads, properties, and more. If you’ve used our data for research, visualizations or apps, tell us about your experience at

Learn To Play Disc Golf

Join City of Brampton instructors for a free introduction to the rules of the game and learn how to throw a disc. Afterwards head out as a family or group to play on the established course at White Spruce Park. Register to play.