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Chinguacousy Park Brampton
Canada

http://www.brampton.ca/en/residents/Community-Centres/DMG-Chinguacousy-Park/Pages/Welcome.aspx Gorgeous community park with pony rides, paddle boating, soccer fields, mini put, rolling flower gardens, baseball fields, etc. A short walk across the street from Bramalea Town Centre... a newly expanded (2010) major shopping mall. Also set amongst major transit and police and fire services.

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