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Memos and Bulletins
Public Comments Services altered in response to COVID-19 (Coronavirus) 
 
Limited services available, see website for the most up-to-date services available
Contact Information
Office Phone Office 905-827-6911; 
Camping 905-827-3228
Toll Free Phone Ontario Parks (camping reservations only) 1-888-668-7275
Fax 905-827-8706
E-Mail BronteCreek@ontario.ca
Website www.ontarioparks.com/park/brontecreek
Social Media Facebook Facebook: www.facebook.com/OPBronteCreek
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Twitter Twitter: twitter.com/OPBronteCreek
Primary Contact Sheila Wiebe, Park Marketing and Education Specialist; Phone: 905-827-6911 ext 228 * 289-242-3947; Email: sheila.wiebe@ontario.ca
Volunteer Coordinator Nicole Bucik, Senior Park Interpreter; Phone: 905-827-6911; Email: Nicole.Bucik@ontario.ca
Agency Information
Legal Status (30) Provincial Government
Established 1975
Primary Executive Christine Prince, Acting Park Superintendent; Phone: 905-827-6911; Email: Christine.Prince@ontario.ca
Alternate Executive Chad Huisman, Acting Assistant Superintendent; Phone: 905-827-6911; Email: Chad.Huisman@ontario.ca
Funding Provincial ; Fees - admission ; User fees: day use permits, camping permits and shelter rentals
Description and Service Details
Description (Service) Services altered in response to COVID-19 (Coronavirus) 
 
Limited services available, see website for the most up-to-date services available 
 
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A 682 hectare provincial park that includes: 
Day use and hiking trails (Burloak Drive entrance) 
 
Campground  
* open May to October 
* access via Bronte Road and Upper Middle Road 
 
Fishing 
 
Outdoor sports facilities  
* rollerblading, 18-hole Disc golf course, basketball courts, baseball diamond 
 
Winter activities 
* toboggan hill, cross-country skiing 
 
Garden plots - available for rent 
 
Nature Centre  
* open May to Sept 
* educational facility with live animals and hands on displays  
 
Spruce Lane farmhouse 
* museum built in 1899  
* open Victoria Day to September 
 
Outdoor Swimming Pool (in day use area) 
* additional fee per person 
* open July 1-Labour Day 
* 1.8 acre pool  
* lifeguards on duty 
 
Park store/snack bar (in day use area) 
* open during pool season 
* sells merchandise and rents equipment 
 
Picnic areas and shelters (in day use area) 
* picnic tables and 11 shelters with a barbecue on site  
* shelter MUST be reserved 
 
Play barn and Children's farm (in day use area) 
* Sheltered play area for kids 10 years and under. 
* see a variety of farm animals 
* open year round (except Christmas Day) 
 
Discovery School Program 
* park staff visit your class to lead curriculum linked education programs 
 
For more information visit https://www.ontarioparks.com/discovery
Hours Office Mon-Fri 8:30 am-4:30 pm (closed on statutory holidays)
Dates Annual events:  
* Feb: Family Day weekend  
* Mar: Maple Syrup Festival  
* Apr: Victorian Easter 
* May: Springtime on the farm 
* Jun: Plein Air Paint and Picnic 
* Jul: HPHP Day 
* Aug: Ghost walks 
* Sep: British Car Day 
* Sep: Harvest Festival  
* Oct: Camper Halloween  
* Dec: New Year's Eve Coyote Howl
Areas Served Canada
Eligibility No restrictions
Application No application required
Languages English
Fees Admission ; campsite permit, or daily vehicle permit required * seasonal or annual passes available * extra fees apply for swimming pool, rentals, special events, food etc
Site Information
Site Location Day use area: N of QEW at Burloak Dr (exit 109) * Campground: N of QEW at Bronte Rd (exit 111)
Located In Community Oakville
Address & Map
Bronte Creek Provincial Park Administration Office
1219 Burloak Dr
Oakville, ON L6M 4J7
 
View Google Map
Intersection Burloak Dr and Upper Middle Rd
Physical Access Partially Accessible - Washrooms, Nature Centre, Children's Play Barn, Recreation Complex, Snack Bar, Spruce Lane Farmhouse (first floor) are accessible * also certain trails and some campsites
Categories and Classification
HCSD Main Heading Sports / Recreation
HCSD Sub Heading All Sports ; Parks, Trails & Gardens ; Swimming
Service Categories Campgrounds ; Community Gardens ; Outdoor Environmental Education ; Public Parks ; Swimming/Swimming Lessons

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