Brampton is one of the largest towns in Ontario and the fastest growing municipalicy in all of Canada. It offers residents of apartments and homes the unique opportunity to explore the exhibits of Peel County Jail that was used until 1977. History buffs should consider looking for apartments for rent in Brampton, because the area includes Historic Bovaird House, a Georgian-style farmhouse which hosts many annual events, and the Peel Heritage Complex. This attraction contains the Peel Country Courthouse, Peel Museum and the Art Gallery of Peel. The city boasts a very lucrative greenhouse industry which is why Brampton was formerly called the “Flowertown of Canada.” If you enjoy the outdoors, you can rent an apartment in Brampton that is close to Chinguacousy Park that includes tennis courts, a greenhouse, bandshell, batting cages, petting zoo, mini golf and splash pool, as well as Gage Park, complete with a temperature-controlled outdoor skating rink. Brampton apartment living also offers easy access to other cities and towns in Ontario such as Mississauga, Oakville, Markham, Burlington and Toronto.