Catch spectacular sunset colours in Mississauga

sunset at Jack Darling Memorial Park in Mississauga ON.

Wondering where the best spots are to watch the sky lit up in beautiful colours in Mississauga? We’ve put together a list of some of the top places to catch breathtaking views of the sunset or spots to see beautiful colourful skies. Whether you’re planning a romantic date, looking to snap your next Instagram photo or want to bask in the beauty of fall colours, these spots are sure to deliver.

Danville Park
Watch planes land or take off from Pearson International Airport, the busiest airport in the country, at the Airplane Viewing Platform located at the park’s summit.

Jack Darling Memorial Park
Located on the shores of Lake Ontario, this park offers a stunning view of the sunset colours (pinks, purples, oranges) over the water. The park has a beach, picnic areas and plenty of space to relax and take in the view.

Lake Aquitaine Park
This park boasts a beautiful lake and a walking trail around it. The views from this park are simply stunning. The lake is located in the Meadowvale neighbourhood and provides visitors with ample space to explore and enjoy the natural surroundings.

Meadowvale Conservation Area
Nestled in historic Old Meadowvale Village, grab your binoculars and treat yourself to a self-guided leisurely stroll through this park. Watch for glimpses of rare and native plants and birds, and mammals and amphibian species in this environmentally-rich area.

Port Credit Lighthouse
This is one of the most popular spots to photograph in Mississauga. The picturesque lighthouse offers a stunning views of the Lake as well as the sky lighting up with different colours. The lighthouse is also an excellent spot for photography enthusiasts, providing a perfect backdrop for capturing stunning photos. Visitors can walk along the pier and capture the beauty of the lighthouse, the lake and the surrounding area.

Rattray Marsh
This nature reserve offers a peaceful setting to enjoy the sun settings colours. Visitors can escape the hustle and bustle of the city and immerse themselves in nature. Its stunning natural beauty, wildlife and historic conservation area make it an ideal spot for nature lovers, hikers, bird watchers and families.

Streetsville Memorial Park
This park offers a perfect blend of recreation and relaxation. The park is located on the banks of the Credit River and also features several walking and biking trails, where visitors can take a leisurely stroll or bike ride while enjoying the scenic views of the river and the lush greenery around.

Watersedge Park
Enjoy a stroll through the grounds of Bradley Museum and Meadowwood Park to get to Watersedge Park. The park features several walking and biking trails that offer stunning views of the lake and the surrounding wetlands. Visitors can also explore the boardwalk that leads to a viewing platform, offering a panoramic view of the lake and the Toronto skyline.

Zonta Meadows
Pack a picnic and blanket and catch the sunset from this downtown park with the Mississauga skyline as the backdrop.

These are just a few of the many spots in Mississauga where you can catch a beautiful sunset. So grab a blanket, pack a picnic and head out to one of these locations to enjoy the breathtaking views of Mississauga. To learn more about Mississauga’s parks, trails and natural areas, visit

SOURCE City of Mississauga

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