Mississauga’s Culham Trail: Discover the Credit River

January 1, 1970

Winding its way along the Credit River through woodlands, wetlands and past geologic features is the multi-use Culham Trail. This is a continuous, off-road trail for 11.4 kilometres between Erindale Park, located near Dundas Street West and Mississauga Road, to Britannia Road West, as well as a 2.1 kilometre section from from Old Derry Road West to the Brampton border via Meadowvale Conservation Park. The two off-road trails are connected via an on-road, unsigned route. This trail connects historic villages including Erindale, Streetsville and the Old Meadowvale Village Heritage Conservation District; Riverwood Garden Park and Visual Arts Mississauga; travels a portion of the former Guelph Radial Railway route; passes milling sites including the ADM Milling Company – in continuous operation since the 1840s; includes interpretive signage, the Credit Valley Conservation offices; and, intersects the Burnhamthorpe Trail, a major east west route. From Erindale Park on-road trails via Mississauga Road offers opportunities reach to the Waterfront Trail, the village of Port Credit to the south and Sawmill Valley Trail and into Erin Mills to the west.