Lorne Park is Mississauga’s ultimate “move up” neighbourhood. On the weekend, families will take a stroll or drive through its gorgeous tree-lined streets that boast a mix of luxury million dollar, custom build, and quaint cottage-style homes. When you enter Lorne Park you immediately recognize the pride of ownership of its residents. It carries with it a very prestigious yet down-to-earth balance. You don’t feel out of place, but rather want to immediately join this fantastic neighbourhood.
Who Lives Here
Lorne Park is one of Mississauga’s richest neighbourhoods. What you’ll find is here a mixture of older, long-time residents (those first here when Mississauga was built and homes passed down) and mature professionals and their families making their dream move.
What you will Love
Resting on the edge of Lake Ontario, Jack Darling Park is a perfect spot to get away with family or friends for a picnic, a hike, or a dip in the lake on a hot summer day. There are barbeques on site in addition to plenty of different spaces to set up for lunch. The park also boasts one of the largest fenced in dog parks in Ontario that canine lovers love to frequent. The houses – surrounded by mature trees and well-manicured lots as far as the eye can see, Lorne Park is a community filled with a mix of historic homes and custom new builds. As a result of this, there are plenty of options for those looking to settle down in one of Mississauga’s most family friendly communities.
Lorne Park Public School (K-5) Whiteoaks PSublic School (K-5) (French Immersion) Hillcrest Middle School (6-8) (** French Immersion option) Lorne Park Secondary School (9-12) St. Christopher Separate School (JK-8) St. Luke Catholic Elementary School (JK-8) Iona Catholic Secondary School (9-12)