Bronte Creek Provincial Park2 Reviews 1219 Burloak Dr, Oakville, ON L6M 4J7
Located within the limits of city of Oakville, Bronte Creek has become more of an urban park than a provincial park. The park is huge for an urban location, and very well embraced by the residents of the nearby neighbourhoods. The park offers visitors a variety of recreational experiences year round. The park has over 10km of multi-purpose trails, 11 picnic shelters (reservable), a turn-of-the-century living history museum, nature centre, children’s playbarn, and a seasonal outdoor 1.8 acre pool. The park is especially great for family visits with plenty of activities to keep your kids entertained. Annual events include the award winning Maple Syrup Festival each March, Fall Harvest Festival, and Victorian Christmas. There is also a leash free pet exercise area
There are four campground loops in Bronte that offers car camping and yurt camping. All campsites in all four loops have electrical hookups
- Praire Campground – Ideal for tent camping and for large trailers
- Woodland & Ravine Campgrounds – Ideal for tent camping and for small trailers
- Savannah Campground & Yurts – Ideal for tent camping and for small trailers (<25 ft), radio-free. Savannah also have three yurts for rent
- Group Campground – Ideal for tent camping and for large trailers
All campgrounds have shower facilities except Group campground. Comfort stations are available in all campgrounds
- Park Office
- Day use area
- Picnic Shelters
- Comfort stations
- Hiking & Biking Trails
- Animal Farm & play barn
- Discovery Program
- Outdoor Swimming Pool
- Disc Golf Course
- Winter Activities – Snowshoeing, Tobagganing, Snowshoeing
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