So this is actually one of the few places I haven’t lived in Mississauga, but it gets my love all the same!
Clarkson Village is rich with history, and it’s home to both of Mississauga’s historic museums and some of the best restaurants and shops in the city.
Clarkson Village has an eclectic mix of housing that is perfect for first time buyers, and also has some of the most expensive housing in Mississauga. It’s a well-established community so you won’t be seeing houses crammed to close together which is always a huge bonus!
Top Things I Love About Clarkson Village
Rattray Marsh tops the list, but you also have other great Parks in Clarkson like, White Oaks; it’s perfect for getting out and being active.
Recently renovated, this is a great family spot. The pools are amazing and it also has a full gym, hockey rink and library attached to it. I make the drive here every week to take the kids swimming.
I like that anyone can live in Clarkson Village. It’s one of the few communities left in Mississauga where there is a huge spread in pricing, and you don’t need to be uber wealthy to call it home.
Similar to Port Credit, but a touch better because it feels more mom and pop, Clarkson Village has some great shops and restaurants and people support their local business owners here.
Steps to Clarkson GO station and the QEW, Clarkson Village has long been the go to community for people making the trek to Toronto.