Bronte Creek Provincial Park
This trail is known for its abundance of spring wildflowers. It is especially spectacular when the Trilliums are in bloom. This pastoral, all-season oasis between Burlington and Oakville offers a place to unwind and step back in time. View living history demonstrations in an 1890s farmhouse.
Take the children to the playbarn to pet the animals or romp in the outdoor playground. Camp overnight, swim in a huge outdoor pool, stroll along nature trails, and pedal your bicycle. In winter, skate outdoors, go tobogganing and cross-country skiing. The day use and campground areas in this park are separate; each has its own entrance.
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This site is supported by a grant from the Ontario Ministry of Health Promotion Active 2010 Recreation Program, The Ministry of Natural Resources, The Ontario Trillium Foundation and trail users like you!
Hiking & Walking, Cycling - Off-Road, Cross Country Skiing, Snowshoeing & Backcountry
Gravel, Soil - Compacted
Admission fee, Parking, Picnic areas, Washrooms, Designated rest areas, Camping
Partial wheelchair access
Greater Toronto Area
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