Location and Boundaries
Huttonville is one of the fastest-growing neighborhoods in Brampton, located near the Credit River, which forms a natural eastern boundary for the area. The neighborhood is witnessing new home subdivisions springing up, making it a hotspot for real estate development.
Arts and Culture
Brampton encourages arts and culture to celebrate all ethnicities and backgrounds. In June, the city recognizes National Indigenous History Month, honoring Indigenous Peoples. Brampton Canada Day celebrations attract thousands of residents and visitors each year, featuring fireworks, entertainment, and gourmet food vendors.
Shopping and Dining
Families who live here enjoy inclusive neighborhoods and local shopping. Big box retailers like Home Depot and Walmart can be accessed on Mississauga Road near Williams Parkway. You’ll also find Dollarama, an LCBO, CIBC, and Scotiabank. For dining, Bushra’s Panjeeri, just south of Williams Parkway, features authentic Indian panjeeri dishes. Terrace on the Green offers fine dining with its own in-house wine cellar.
Parks and Recreation
The Credit River provides a scenic backdrop for El Dorado Park, which has an outdoor pool, five picnic areas, and two playgrounds. Further north is the 40-hectare Creditview Sandalwood Park, which introduced the unique Creditview Activity Hub in 2018. This play area is accessible to children with disabilities and provides a venue for soccer, football, and lacrosse.
Golf and Special Events
Lionhead Golf Club & Conference Centre is a neighborhood landmark featuring beautiful and challenging golf courses. The conference center is also a popular venue for weddings, conferences, and other special occasions.
Huttonville offers a blend of rapid growth, cultural richness, and recreational opportunities. Its strategic location near major highways and the Credit River, coupled with its burgeoning real estate market, makes it a popular choice among a diverse population.