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Where to stay in Brampton

There are 95 holiday homes available in Brampton, and we’re confident you’ll find a property that falls within your budget for your next getaway. VacationRenter offers a wide selection of short term rentals from top travel websites like Vrbo, HomeAway,, and many more. Affordable vacation rentals in Brampton start at a nightly rate of $39, with 20% of properties priced under $59 per night. Whether you’re travelling on your own, spending quality time with your significant other, or planning a trip for a group of 6 family members or friends, we can match you with a rental in Brampton that meets your needs. Plus, staying in Brampton will give you close access to popular local attractions like Heart Lake Conservation Park and Formula Kartways. Finding your dream vacation rental at a reasonable price has never been this easy! Start planning the trip you’ve been dreaming of with VacationRenter.

Where Is Brampton, Ontario?

Situated in Canada’s Southern Ontario, Brampton stands strong as a suburban city in the Greater Toronto Area and the seat of Peel Region. The city is the ninth most populous municipality in Canada, the seventy-seventh largest city in North America, and the third most populous city in the Greater Golden Horseshoe Region, behind Toronto and Mississauga.

What Is Brampton, Ontario Known For?

Located in Southern Ontario, Brampton is a cultural melting point. The third most populous city in the Greater Golden Horseshoe Region, Brampton is home to people that originate from diverse and varied backgrounds across the board, living harmoniously together in a vibrant and buzzing city. The eclectic mix of cultures, races, and ethnicities create a city that opens its arms to everyone. A Canadian city that has a village feel, Brampton is far away from the typical hustle and bustle of the larger cities like Toronto. However, it is not short of a wide-ranging list of activities and amenities that provides something for everyone. To feel the buzz of a Canadian city without all the commotion, hop on a plane to the “Flower Town of Canada” and feel yourself blooming.

Places to Visit in Brampton

  • Wet ’n’ Wild Toronto: Unleash your inner child and splash about at the famous Wet ’n’ Wild. A 100-acre complex that boasts a variety of attractions as well as potential hours of fun, the water park is home to numerous water slides, a wave pool, a lazy river, a four-lane zip line and two splash areas for the kids. With activities, attractions, and rides for everyone of all ages to enjoy, a day at Wet ’n’ Wild is certainly a day of being wet and wild!
  • Gage Park: The oldest municipal park in Brampton, Gage Park is a gateway to urban nature. Away from the concrete jungle of Brampton, Gage Park allows visitors to smell the sweet scent of roses in the floral gardens, take shade under large trees and marvel at the beauty of the flowing fountain and romantic gazebo. With trails for rollerblading and jogging, Gage Park has something for everyone – no matter what speed you’re at.
  • Treetop Trekking Brampton: Fly in the sky as you zoom through the lush forest greenery on a zipline with Treetop Trekking. Unleash your inner Tarzan and climb, swing, or zip through the forest canopy. Whether you try the daring aerial course or whizz 1,000 feet above the Heart Lake, a day at Treetop Trekking provides ample hours of fun, entertainment, and high adrenaline levels.

Popular Destinations Near Brampton

  • Prince Edward County: Fast becoming an Ontarian vacation hotspot, Prince Edward County offers something for all. Armed with picturesque scenery, Prince Edward is a locale of libations, and the center of cottages, campgrounds, and a beacon of beaches. From wineries and breweries to festivals and fairs, Prince Edward has something for all, every day of the week.
  • Stratford: Get away from the commotion of the city and discover the quaint Ontarian gem of Stratford. Located an hour and half away from Brampton, Stratford provides a charming passage across borders and across times. Streets are lined with red-brick Victorian buildings, including the crowning jewel of City Hall. Taking inspiration from its namesake, Stratford is the home of several Shakespearean stage productions being conducted in numerous atmospheric theaters. With mysterious ghost walks, typically British pub crawls, culinary classes and much more, Stratford promises a day of undeniably British “beer and skittles.”

Best Neighborhoods in Brampton

  • Old Brampton: The historic center of Brampton, Old Brampton, or more commonly known as Downtown, is the beating heart of the city. Promising all the amenities of a typical urban downtown district, Old Brampton brings something new to the table with its nostalgic atmosphere. Boasting placarded historic homes amongst rows of antique architecture, Old Brampton artfully marries old and new to create an area that is just begging to be explored.
  • Bramalea South: Home of the largest mall in Brampton with over a million square feet of retail amenities, Bramalea South provides everything you could need in a city, all in one neighborhood. The district is home to libraries, theaters, recreation centers, baseball and softball fields, a range of residential properties, and a lush nature area. A locale that will appeal to both single pringles to large families, Bramalea South is a Bramptonian neighborhood that simply cannot be overlooked.

Home-types in Brampton

Brampton has a variety of property types for you to consider when booking a trip. Here are the most popular property types in Brampton: