Trails at Meadowvale Conservation Area

Culham Trail

Distance – 18 km

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. 0.8km of this trail passes through Meadowvale Conservation Area, where you can connect to the Glassford Trail and where parking facilities exist.

This is only one of many trails operated by the City of Mississauga. For further information visit their website at or call their Parks & Recreation Department at (905) 615-4100.

Glassford Trail

Distance – 2km

Surrounding CVC’s offices at Meadowvale Conservation Area, this widened footpath trail takes visitors around Meadowvale Conservation Area and links to the Culham Trail. It is well-used by local residents in the newly settled communities surrounding the historic village of Meadowvale and it is a great way to explore floodplain habitats and cultural heritage features.

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