Different is good, unique is exceptional, and sharing and celebrating in a diverse culture and community where the possibilities are limitless is a beautiful experience. Erin Mills is this place.
Here you will discover a vibrant mosaic of lush nature and beautiful parks woven into a thriving urban centre alive with thoughtful amenities and everyday conveniences that welcomes its residents with open arms. But what truly sets Erin Mills apart is its culturally rich and family-friendly community. With great schools, recreational facilities, and a strong sense of place and purpose, Erin Mills is a place where neighbours become friends and friends become family.
This unique lifestyle is a testament to the thoughtful planning and aspirational values at the core of Erin Mills. It presents a true community that encourages the charm of smalltown living with big-city perks. It is committed to preserving natural green space to inspire healthy living. And most importantly, fostering a sense of togetherness and inclusion.
One of the best things about Erin Mills is its farmers’ market, where local vendors and community members come together to celebrate their backgrounds and culture.
As an energetic and evolving community, Erin Mills provides a suburban lifestyle that’s second to none. It’s an ideal location that serves up an idyllic connection to nature, an inviting community connecting residents to diverse choices and lifestyle amenities. And above all, it’s a place where the people who call Erin Mills home define the city’s heart and soul.
connected near and far.
There’s a wonderful quality of life when you feel effortlessly connected.
Want beautiful nature? Want diverse urban amenities? Want the best of both worlds? You’ve got it here!
Erin Mills offers abundant green spaces, parks to explore, and a thriving urban center just a short bus ride away in Mississauga’s City Centre. When it comes to education, Erin Mills is a wise choice. The community boasts several top-rated public schools and the beautiful campus of University of Toronto Mississauga. The city also has you covered when it comes to healthcare, with Trillium Health Partners and the highly regarded Credit Valley Hospital located nearby.
an easy commuter connection.
Living in Erin Mills makes getting where you want to go a breeze! The local MiWay transit service offers a dedicated bus corridor with 12 stations running from east to west across the city. Catch a ride at Erin Mills Station, and you’ll be on your way in no time. Erin Mills is also well-connected to the surrounding areas, with easy access to Oakville Transit, the Erin Mills GO Bus Station, and the Clarkson GO Train Station travelling east into Toronto or west into Oakville, Burlington, and Hamilton.
If you are commuting to Toronto for work or visiting for the day, the community is conveniently located near highway 403, providing quick access to highways 401, 410, 407, and 427 south to the QEW. For those who prefer a more scenic route, the closest GO Train is just 5 minutes away at Streetsville GO Station. From there, you can connect to Union Station in less than 40 minutes. With so many transportation options, getting where you need to go has never been easier.
where good nature exists inside and out.
In nature, diversity is wild and free. Every single element celebrates its own unique presence.
From the changing seasons and colourful leaves to the various birdsongs, vibrant summertime blooms and every individual snowflake – an innate harmony exists in the natural world. Get outdoors and find your place among the flora and fauna to connect with endless adventures and extraordinary beauty. With over 500 parks in and around Mississauga, choose your best play day from playgrounds, picturesque picnic spots and a wide range of sports fields, to scenic hikes, cross-country ski trails, toboggan hills and even a blissful day at the beach.
The Riverwood Conservancy
Made for nature lovers, this 150-hectare nature preserve on the Credit River invites the community to explore diverse trails to experience plants and flowers in themed gardens as well as learn about conservation.
Score the perfect place to picnic and play on almost seven hectares of parkland consisting of a natural wetland, spacious picnic areas, two soccer fields, modern playground and connecting walkway.
Tom Chater Memorial Park
Pick a field and let the games begin! This sizable park features three baseball diamonds, a soccer field, and lawn bowling/bocce ball greens. Add a playground, picnic facilities and a trail route through a friendly forest.
Discover something for everyone in a 222-hectare park that celebrates year-round outdoor activities. A famous spot for family picnics, there are five designated areas for groups ranging from 60 to 500 people, with barbecues and a water source. Kids will love the playground and toboggan hills, while hikers, joggers, cyclists, and cross-country skiers can explore a variety of trails such as the Culham Trail Loop and popular UTM Nature Trail through forests, ravines and along the river. A bird watcher’s haven, a hot spot for fishing and beautiful background for wedding photos and nature lovers alike.
Lake Aquitaine Park
Imagine a man-made lake in your own backyard! This popular fishing spot boasts a natural habitat for rainbow trout, sunfish, largemouth bass, and perch. There are also extensive trails ideal for walking, cycling, inline skating and crosscountry skiing during the winter.
Jack Darling Memorial Park
Located by Lake Ontario this scenic park features a long stretch of sandy beaches, natural waterfront areas and recreational parkland. With plenty of open space to play in, families can also enjoy two spacious picnic areas, playgrounds, a splash pad, and tennis courts. Explore both pedestrian and bike paths, follow a footpath to Rattray Marsh, a wetland reserve, along with waterfront trails and spots to launch windsurfers, canoes, or kayaks. There’s also one of the largest fenced in dog parks too.
Food & dining
full of unique flavour, flair & fun.
Invite the world to your table.
Enjoy all the world’s flavours right where you live in a diverse melting pot of authentic cuisine that celebrates every culture. From spicy Indian curries and savoury Mediterranean shawarmas to traditional Chinese dim sum and authentic Italian pizzas, you’ll find it all here. Erin Mills also boasts a range of cafes, bistros and bakeries that cater to the occasion. Whether looking for a cozy brunch, an indulgent pastry, or a refreshing smoothie, you’ll find something to satisfy your craving. So come hungry, come curious, and immerse yourself in the vibrant culinary scene Erin Mills offers.
on your mark, get set, SHOP!
Calling all fashionistas, retail therapists, mall maniacs and big box bingers!
If you are looking for something special or specific or simply enjoy shopping for exercise, get in some comfortable shoes and look no further than Erin Mills!
At the heart of it all lies the Erin Mills Town Centre - a shopping centre that offers an unbeatable selection of over 185 shops and restaurants. Anchored by household names like Walmart, Hudson’s Bay, HomeSense, Indigo, and Old Navy, this shopping destination is a one-stop-shop for all your daily essentials. If that’s not enough of a spree, the nearby South Common Centre is another must-visit spot for avid shoppers with 52 stores, eateries, and services to cater to your every need.
When ready to take your shopping game to the next level, head to Square One Shopping Centre - the epic all-day, shop-till-you-drop destination. Boasting a staggering 360 stores, including premier fashion brands like Zara, Michael Kors, and Harry Rosen, this retail paradise is sure to satisfy all your shopping desires. For even more choices, Heartland Town Centre is one of Canada’s largest outdoor malls with over 180 stores, including big-box retailers such as Marshalls, Best Buy, Loblaws, and Canadian Tire.
arts & culture
a culture of creativity.
Music, art, history, theatre, and people – take in the celebration of culture! Erin Mills is a community that truly embraces diversity and celebrates its unique cultural heritage.
It’s on every street corner, every landscape, and in every person’s smile. A beautiful tapestry of rich traditions and artful expressions that make this community an eclectic and constantly evolving hub for creativity.
Mississauga is so committed to enriching culture that the city has recently approved a Culture Master Plan that aims to create six uniquely themed cultural districts. The plan brings together the entrepreneurial spirit of business with the creative passion of the arts to introduce exciting new destinations offering entertainment venues, art galleries and green spaces for locals and visitors to celebrate culture.
This exciting initiative promises to enhance an already flourishing cultural scene, providing a space for people of all backgrounds and interests - from the classical to comedic, on stage, on the walls or in the square- to come together and celebrate their shared humanity.
arts & culture
It’s hip at the square! Everyone heads down for free concerts and events like movie nights, farmers’ markets, vintage car shows and festivals. There’s a big stage with jumbotrons, nice grass to lay on and a fountain with water jets that turns into a skating rink during winter months.
It’s like stepping back in history. The kids love exploring the two-acre site, checking out the heritage buildings, barn, and log cabin. There are costumed tours and seasonal events like Maple Magic and Fall Fairs, plus accessible nature trails to the waterfront and Rattray Marsh where you can try and spot the great Blue Heron!
Living Arts Centre
Living Arts Centre
Enjoy date night with something new to experience every month. This centre is huge with over 225,000 square feet of multiple performance venues. You’ll love the symphony and choral shows, as well as a diverse selection of theatrical productions. There’s also an evolving exhibition gallery along with seven art studios always offering up something new.
Art Gallery of Mississauga
Art Gallery of
Mississauga has so many art galleries and diverse shows, it’ll be hard to choose a favourite. The Blackwood Gallery curates magnificent contemporary exhibitions and the Art Gallery of Mississauga showcases a rotating calendar of regional, national and international artists.
From music, dance, comedy and local theatre, Meadowvale Theatre has it all. The level of talent is amazing, and the setting is intimate with just 395 seats so you really feel like a part of the show.