Clarkson Mississauga

HistoryClarkson Village

Clarkson Village is named after some of it’s first residents, Warren Clarkson and his brother Joshua who moved into the area from upstate New York. They opened the first store and post office and the town council named Clarkson Road in his honour.

Park Royal which is a community within Clarkson and in the 1950’s became on of the first communities in the country to have the electrical cables buried underground and had office buildings that were not as tall as the trees. Perhaps a foreshadowing of the green communities of today. Centrally they were ahead of the times back then.

Real Estate

Click here to view the MLS listings for homes for sale in Clarkson Village.

Clarkson is quite diverse when it comes to real estate. The choices for places to live range from condo apartments, town homes, modest semi and detached homes including bungalows all the way to expansive custom built luxury homes backing on to Lake Ontario.

Some of the older homes are being replaced by new custom built homes on some of the larger lots and certainly south of Lakeshore Road in Clarkson. However many of the homes built in the 50’s are being updated and it's still possible to find a nice bungalow in the area for those looking to downsize. As Clarkson is one of the original communities in Mississauga, the streets are lined with mature trees and some of the lots are expansive.


Clarkson is home to the Clarkson Community Centre which has a wonderful swimming pool, gym, squash courts, library and the  Clarkson Arena.

The Clarkson Go Train Station is located centrally in the Community and offers an express train which gets commuters to Toronto in under 20 minutes.


The schools in Clarkson are another attraction to the area and residents of Clarkson enjoy being able to walk the many schools in the area. Clarkson Secondary School is located on Truscott Drive.


The Clarkson Community Centre offers a wide variety of programs to suit people of all ages. Hockey is a big part of the community with the Clarkson Arena hosting many games.

Rattray Marsh and Jack Darling Park provide superb access to Lake Ontario with park space, beaches and the wildlife and trails that meander through the Marsh.