There are many sporting venues and activities including the outdoor ice path for skating
through Gage Park
and the ski lift
at Chinguacousy Park
. In the summer amateur softball
leagues abound and crowds line the beaches at Professor's Lake
. is based in Brampton.
Every year, since 1967
, the host the Brampton Canadettes Easter Tournament
women's and girls' hockey teams invade Brampton for 3 days of head-to-head competition. Teams of all ages and categories from across Canada
and the United States
compete in this annual tournament. Teams from England
attend this international tournament.
Thousands of players and spectators will pass through the doors during the tournament. There is no limit on the number of teams in a division.
The Intermediate AA and Midget AA divisions are highly scouted by local and American colleges and universities seeking recruits for varsity teams. Teams from as far as Alaska and Calgary, Quebec and Carolina, Michigan and Minnesota, as well as virtually all hockey centres in Ontario will compete in a minimum of 3 games each over the course of the tournament. Including championship finals, over 600 games are played in just 3½ days. For the best in hockey tournament competition, Brampton is second-to-none in the world of women's and girls' hockey.
During the weekend of August 28 to 30 2009, Brampton hosted the first ever Youth World Outdoor Ball Hockey
Championship at the Brampton Ball Hockey Club. ... Read More