Bronte Creek Provincial Park, Oakville
Categories: Nature & Parks, Educational Sites, Tourist Spots, Outdoor Activities
A forested landscape makes up Bronte Creek Provincial Park, a recreational park that offers a wide selection of activities for the family. Trek along trails through dense forest landscape while hearing the trickle of a flowing river, or try your hand at disc golf. The kids can explore a barn with typical farm animals and the site also feaures a nature center. Camping is available, including sites with electrical hook-ups. With our custom trip planner, Oakville attractions like Bronte Creek Provincial Park can be center stage of your vacation plans, and you can find out about other attractions like it, unlike it, near it, and miles away.
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Overall the park is set up over a wide area with well mapped trails to follow. Good for pets and child friendly. My only complaint is the noise level of traffic. I am a country girl at heart and miss ... read more »
Went to the park a few times this summer. Very expensive to get in... Poor signage as to where is what the first time around.... Poor quality showers / dirty washrooms. Dirty around the pool. Very lou... read more »
Bronte Creek Provincial Park has two distinct sides: east includes individual and group camping areas and hiking areas. The west side is a day use park with pool, historic home and frequent events. We... read more »
The camping at Bronte Creek is so close to home but a world away! Great facilities that are well maintained by friendly and competent parks personnel make for wonderful stays. The leash free park and trails is huge and a fan favorite. This is an amazing resource in the heart of the GTA.
Arrived at 8 pm and checked in. Purchased wood and ice from the front. Wood ran out but luckily there was plenty of dead wood lying around. Park rangers heard us breaking wood to burn and arrived onsite guns blazing. These girls hit us like an apache war party. 2 men down. 3 injured and 1 mia heard screaming into the night. Do not touch the plentiful bounties of wood. We believe it to be cursed. Pros - clean washrooms and showers Rumors of a large pool 300 sites seem to be more seculuded Price appropriate Patrolled nightly by rangers Cons 50/50 chance of sleeping on dirt and rocks DONT TOUCH THE FOREST Close to housing and buisnesses Raccoons will stalk you...as will the ninja rangers.
This is the 3rd Park we've been to in 3 years. Not sure if it was Ontario Parks cut backs or the Park itself, but nothing was very clean. They only came by once a day to clean, and not several times a day like we've been used too in other parks. The camp sites themselves offered little privacy. For most, only grass walls separate them. You can see and hear your neighbours. Luckily, I had Site 416 and it was by far the best with trees and tucked into a bend in the road. We had the most amount of privacy you could get, but again, we could see and hear all our neighbours. The City noise came into the park and killed the illusion of the camping in the woods. At around 5 pm till 8 pm Jets and other planes came in over the park to land at a nearby airport. There is also a large EMS/Fire Station near the park and you can hear the sirens day/night. The one good thing was the pool, but you have to leave the park, take the QEW and get off on the next exit just to use the pool. They didn't have a path/trail between the two halves of the Park. And it takes 15 min each way. Staff were friendly and helpful, but that is Ontario Parks standard. And as the general store has to compete with the local malls just outside the park they didn't carry much. I can only recommend this park if you live in the area and want to take the kids for their 1st camping trip and are worried they'll tap out on the first night. If you want to get away from it all, go somewhere else.
Well enjoyed by our family who was having a birthday party. Permits are needed for the pavilions but the park it self is nice with the family areas being for the most part clean and bathrooms being a 5/10. Its not a real farm but I can't say we didn't have fun.
Beautiful forest trails. A great place to decompress after a day at work. Great for families and outdoor enthusiasts. Take the trail down to the creek and marvel at the surroundings. On your journey you may come across the resident family of white tailed deers. Swim in the 2 acre outdoor pool, have a game of disc golf. In the winter, cross country ski and stop by for a hot chocolate at the outdoor skating rink. A must gor young kids is a stop at the play barn. Good times offered to everyone at Bronte Provincial Park.
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